Efficient chassis coating
In the applied coating process, the chassis first pass through a sandblasting system, followed by a cascading sequence of basins consisting of several rinses, a trication zinc phosphating and a passivation, before they are lowered into the cathodic dip coating. The coatings are cross-linked in on of ten furnaces. The exhaust air is thermally post-treated and the resulting waste heat is intelligently fed back into the process. After the basic coating, the chassis are temporarily stored in the so-called sequencer – until the automatic color control determines the optimum time for the customer-specific powder coating. Afterwards the powder coatings are cross-linked in the respective furnaces. The finished components are then ffed to the pre-assembly stage.
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