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Wet painting

Wet painting

Decorative and functional.

Do solvents during wet painting not pollute the environment?

Do solvents during wet painting not pollute the environment?

The processing of solvent-based paints or water-based paint systems takes place in our spray booths with wet and dry separation combined with heat recovery and exhaust air treatment.

The process

The application of high-performance wet paint systems, PTFE coatings, primers and lubricating films is a natural extension of our treatment processes. Many specifications have time limitations, which make the delay between surface treatment and each subsequent coating critical. With both process steps fully integrated into one plant (in this case Acorn in Great Britain), we can ensure that these requirements are met - and, in addition, avoid additional packing and transportation costs or delays.

Combining suitable paint materials with the right anodisation or conversion coating not only enhances surface protection but also increases the options for designers, e.g. colour, identification markings or surface finishing. The selective application of paint with masks and localised spraying also allows finished parts to get directly to assembly.

  • Properties

    There is a wide range of coatings that we can apply to components to improve performance in specific situations, e.g. reduce friction fusing between different surfaces, increase anti-friction properties, protect against high-temperature stress, chemical resistance, anti-adhesion properties, or improve cleanability.

  • base material

    Primarily, components which are predominantly made from aluminium alloys, steel alloys and titanium materials and which have already been anodised or otherwise coated..

  • Application

    Because Acorn is able to produce wet paint and lubricant coatings in line with the United Kingdom and US military and aerospace specifications in the UK, the main customer industries for these coatings are Aerospace and Defence. Applications in the automotive industry are also possible.

Product enquiry

If you would like to tell us something about the product presented here, you are welcome to do so. Your enquiry, your comment, your wishes will be forwarded directly to your personal contact person.

More Surface Treatments

  • Sherardizing

    Sherardizing

    Zinc-iron layer to a steel surface.

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    Sherardizing
  • Chrome and cadmium substitute

    Chrome and cadmium substitute

    Extremely thin layers for optimal priming

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    Chrome and cadmium substitute
  • Screw locking

    Screw locking

    Strong bonds

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    Screw locking
  • Polymer coatings

    Polymer coatings

    Long-lasting protection mainly for the food industry.

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    Polymer coatings

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