Therma-Tron-X is the world leading manufacturer of ecoat equipment. TTX’s patented designs and technological advancements in ecoat have revolutionized the industry. From the footprint to the material handling; from tank construction to the chemical feed, TTX designs systems to specification.
Ecoat/Electrocoating is an immersion painting process in which charged paint particles are attracted to an oppositely charged metallic surface. As the paint is deposited, it forms a coating, which insulates the metal from the surrounding charged solution. The e-coat process continues until the coating reaches the desired thickness.
TTX customers choose electrocoating because of its versatility and durability. Immersion ensures 100 percent coverage of complex parts, as well as uniform thickness with no runs or sags. This in turn ensures superior corrosion protection. Consistent, controlled application nearly eliminates the need for manual touch ups.
TTX customers get the skill and know-how of a world leader in E-coat technology. Therma-Tron-X's E-coat systems are designed to enhance paint circulation without clumping, settling or foaming. They are also equipped with an array of energy conserving feature.
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What is Ecoat/Electrocoating?
Our customers choose electrocoating because of its versatility and durability. Immersion ensures 100 percent coverage of complex parts, as well as uniform thickness with no runs or sags. This in turn ensures superior corrosion protection. Consistent, controlled application nearly eliminates the need for manual touchups
Approximately 98 percent of automobiles produced worldwide are primed with electrocoat and there are thousands of electrocoat tanks installed around the world. Due to its ability to coat complex parts, electrocoating is used as a way to coat a variety of products like transformers, metal office furniture, fixtures and marine components.
Electrocoating is one of the least expensive finishes available and is an economical way to paint high volume parts. Electrocoating utilizes 95-99 percent of the coating with very low VOCs, making it a green technology. It also allows users to rack parts densely while still achieving even application. In addition, a single employee can often manage electrocoat systems.