Bisco Group is one of the industry leader in protective coating solutions like Powder Coating and Cathodic Electro Deposition (CED) Coatings, catering to various segments like General Industries, Architectural, Automative, Consumer Goods, Telecom, Furnitures, Retail and others.
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Cathodic Electro Deposition Coatings (CED)
for Auto Parts & others
Electrophoretic deposition (EPD), is a term for a broad range of industrial processes which includes electrocoating, cathodic electrodeposition, anodic electrodeposition, and electrophoretic coating, or electrophoretic painting.
The process is useful for applying materials to any electrically conductive surface. The materials which are being deposited are the major determining factor in the actual processing conditions and equipment which may be used.
Cathodic Electrodeposition or CED coating facility of Bisco is located in Chennai and Coimbatore. Common applications include automobile parts, industria equipments, eletrical fittings and appliances and more. The advantages of CED coatings are uniform thickness across all surface area.
Plain and Color Anodising on Aluminimum
for Heatsinks, Profiles and more
Anodizing also spelled anodising, is a process for producing decorative and protective films on articles made of aluminium and its alloys. Before anodising the surface of the article must be horoughly cleaned, normally using a detergent based process, and etched with a solutionn of sodium hydroxide.
After anodising the surface may be coloured with a dye or by an electrolytic method using appropriate metal cations, and then sealed by placing in boiling water, the pores in the oxide layer being closed off.
Anodizing increases resistance to corrosion and wear, and provides better adhesion for paint primers and glues than bare metal does. Anodic films can also be used for a number of cosmetic effects, either with thick porous coatings that can absorb dyes or with thin transparent coatings that add interference effects to reflected light.
Alodine / Chromate Coversion Coating
on Aluminimum materials
Chromate conversion coatings on an aluminium substrate are known by the following terms: chemical film, yellow iridite and the brand names Iridite and Alodine (in the UK Alocrom). It is also commonly used on aluminum alloy parts in many industry.
Chromating is often applied as a coating pre-treatment as it provides high-quality adhesion and excellent protection against corrosion. Moreover, it is often prescribed locally for facings or for electrical conductivity.
The process is named after the chromate found in chromic acid, also known as hexavalent chromium, However, hexavalent chromium is toxic, thus, highly regulated, so new, non-hexavalent chromium-based processes are becoming more readily available at a commercial level.
Plascoat PPA 571 Coatings
for any metals components
Plascoat PPA is a product of Plascoat, the world leader in thermoplastic powder technology, Plascoat PPA 571 is amongst the most versatile and durable coatings available on the market today.
Plascoat PPA 571 is resistant to stress cracking, adverse weather conditions, detergents, salt spray and typical airborne pollutants. The coating maintains excellent adhesion to the metal substrate without the need for a separate primer. The material also provides a good degree of electrical insulation, abrasion and impact resistance.
Plascoat PPA 571 has been specifically designed to provide a long lasting, tough coating for exterior applications to mild steel, galvanised steel and aluminium.