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E-coat is bleeding


2003

We currently have a finished metal E-coat product that has light bleeding tendencies. Can you recommend a product with a decent MSDS rating that will remove the excess while maintaining the coating intention.

Garry G. Brigolin
Manufacturing concern - Imlay City, Michigan, USA


2003

I may not be fully understanding your problem. Are we sure that the final rinsing that the e-coat is receiving is high quality DI?

Ted Mooney, finishing.com Teds signature
Ted Mooney, P.E.
finishing.com
Pine Beach, New Jersey


2004

Does this bleeding occur near a geometry which can hold liquid? If liquid is carried forward into the oven there are chances of bleeding. Just check this out.

Gurvin Singh
Coatec India
supporting advertiser
Mohali, Punjab, India
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