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  • Dip Coating and Immersion Coating
    primarily for thin plastisol coatings, does not require pre-heating before dipping; however, fusion still takes place in a heated chamber. The plastisol viscosity and other factors determine the thickness of the cold dip coating.
  • Fluidized Bed Dip Coatings
    Advantages and Disadvantages of Fluidized Bed Dipping
  • Electrophoretic Coating (E-coat)
    E-coat, electrocoat, or electrophoretic coating processes use charged particles to attract paint or coating particles or molecules in an immersion bath to the surface of a submerged part. E-coating is a dip coating process in which the coating or paint solids suspended in the bath are given
  • The importance of using conversion coatings
    with water and used as a dip or spray. application at 140°F to 150°F. Processing time is 60 to 90 seconds (see Table 3), followed by a rinsing. and drying of the processed parts. Drag out is the major source of loss, and its cost is similar to that of. chrome-type systems, without the expense
  • Medical Device Link .
    More than 50 stent manufacturers are using an ultrasonic coating system from Sono-Tek (Milton, NY; ). Users of the Medi Coat equipment report holding coat consistency within 3% and transfer efficiencies of 30% to 70%. With older spray processes or dip coating, variations range from 5 to 7%
  • Applying Thin Film Coatings Used in Medical Devices (.pdf)
    . and into the bloodstream. The final coating surface has to be smooth and continuous over all. areas. Figure 1 illustrates the complex shape of the stent and the polymer drug coating on the. surface of the stent. Spray Coating Technology. Simple dip coating has not been successfully used for stent
  • 3M Novec TM Electronic Coating EGC-1700 (.pdf)
    Energy of Dry Film. 11-12 dynes/cm. Volume Resistivity @ 30% RH 25°C. 4.6 x 1012. 40V DC (ohm-cm). Dielectric Constant @ 30% RH,. 3.1. 25°C @1 kHz. Coating Thickness (dip coated). ~1 micron. Dissipation Factor @ 30% RH,. 0.0089. 25°C @ 1 kHz. Dielectric Strength @ 35% RH, 25°C. 1.0 kV/25.4 microns
  • Coatings and Clamp Load
    . Generally, electroplated finishes with minimum salt spray hours are fine for non-critical areas and areas not subjected to cut extremes. Many of the new dip/spin organics offer high hours to corrosion failure but fill up threads and cause gauging problems. Their thickly deposited coatings interfere

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