Since 1984, coated automotive door hinge pins keep E-Coat from stick to them during the E-Coat process, while remaining to have dry film capabilities.
In some automotive assemblies, parts are E-Coated for corrosion protection. However, there are instances where it may be necessary for some of the components to be free of E-Coat. In this instance, DECC can apply a coating to replace the costly masking and un-masking step in this process.
The E-coat resistant coating product insulates the desired portion of the part so the E-coating will not be able to bond to the protected area. For example, in 1984, we helped resolve an E-coat related issue on door pin parts for the Ford Motor Company. Our coating resolution, quality, and on-time delivery have allowed us to continue coating these very same parts to this day.
From low volume to high volume, the DECC Company’s engineering and development team can design a fixture that allows E-coat resistant coating to be applied to the critical areas of your part while masking other areas that need to be E-coated.
Contact the DECC Company for help with your E-coat resistance and non-stick coating challenges today.
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