Tag: Dip coating


What is Dip Coating Process

Dip Coating Process

What is Dip Coating Process In a dip coating process, a substrate is dipped into a liquid coating solution and then is withdrawn from the solution at a controlled speed. Coating thickness generally increases with faster withdrawal speed. The thickness is determined by the balance of forces at the stagnation point on the liquid surface. A faster withdrawal speed pulls more fluid up onto the surface of the substrate before it has time to flow back down into the solution.Read More …

Heat Transfer of Hot Dip Aluminizing Coating During Solidification

Hot Dip Aluminizing Coating

Hot dip aluminizing coating is one of the most effective methods of surface protection for steels and is gradually gaining popularity. Although the pulling speed is one of the most important parameters to control the coating thickness of aluminizing products, however, there are few publications on the mathematical modeling of pulling speed during the hot dip process. In order to describe the correlation among the pulling speed, coating thickness and solidification time, the principle of mass and heat transfer duringRead More …

Research for Corrosion Resistance of Hot dipped Galvalume Coating

dipped Galvalume Coating

Hot-dipped Zn55Al1.6Si galvalume coatings has been widely used in many fields such as automobile industry, shipbuilding, machinery industry etc, owing not only to its better anti-corrosive performance than that of Zinc coating,but also to its low cost (the price of Al is lower than that of Zn at present). Rare earths such as La can hinder scale growth and increase scale adhesion, thus they have been employed to protect steels and other metallic alloys against oxidation and corrosion. However, there are onlyRead More …