This process coating has been around since the 1960s, yet most people wouldn’t have a clue what it is. If someone was told the industry includes Teflon, they might have more of an idea. The uses and applications of the process have continually expanded over time, largely due to its benefits. So what is it, and who’d need it? Let’s find out.
This is a dry-finishing procedure used to make certain surfaces tougher than if they were covered in traditional liquid paints. A dry compound resembling baking flour is applied electrostatically (ESD means Electrostatic Spray Deposition). The powder type will be either: