<%@ LANGUAGE = VBScript %> Electrocoating Systems From LVH Coatings LTD.
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Tektor, Dry Film Lubricant Electropaint
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Electrocoating is a method of applying various types of coating to electrically conductive surfaces.  The required coating constituents are dispersed in water and contained in a special bath.  After cleaning and any other necessary preparations, the parts to be coated are immersed in the bath and the coating is applied by the action of electric current. After coating to the required thickness the parts are removed from the bath and excess coating is then rinsed off and recycled.  The applied coating is hardened to achieve its performance properties.

Electrocoating Advantages:
bullet.gif (58 bytes) High material utilisation - only the parts that need coating are coated
bullet.gif (58 bytes) Controllable and consistent thickness enables accurate costing
bullet.gif (58 bytes) Ease of automation enables high production rates
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bullet.gif (58 bytes) Engineering tolerances maintained by controlled consistent thickness.
bullet.gif (58 bytes) Versatile decorative ability combined with high performance.
bullet.gif (58 bytes) High Utilisation efficiency means high material conservation
bullet.gif (58 bytes) Water-based application minimises Health & Safety concerns.
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The Key Is Conformity
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Clearclad, decorative and protective coatings
Tektor, dry film lubricant coatings
Lectrobond, coatings for mass finishing
Uviclad, UV curing ecoat
Lectraseal, electrocoat for architectural applications
Photo Resists, imageable electropaint
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Lectrapearl, pearlescent effect e-coat

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Marban, mar resistant organo-ceramic topcoat

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Lectrobase, conductive electropaint

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**Please note**
TECHNICLAD is the trade mark and property of LVH Coatings Limited

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Contact information for the UK and representation around the world

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Tel: +44 (0)1675 466888. Fax: +44 (0)1675 466260. Email:info@lvh-coatings.co.uk
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