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Widely used in the automotive and electromechanical industries, dip spin is a technique for depositing zinc flakes on small parts to be coated in bulk.

The principles of dip spin

After a surface preparation adapted to the parts to be coated, these are immersed in a bath containing a liquid paint. They are then centrifugated at high speed in order to leave on their surface only a thin and homogeneous wet film of paint. The applied layer is thin and uniform. This film is then dried and then polymerized at low temperature.

A second coating is usually applied afterwards as required. The parts are therefore cooled so that a new layer is produced. As a result, this process allows the production of multifunctional coatings by stacking layers of different materials.

  • Polymerization at low temperature: below 250°C
  • Over 100 coatings available
  • Rates of up to 2 tons of coated parts per hour

The benefits of dip spin

  • Very thin coatings from 8 to 25 microns
  • Economic solution
  • Ability to coat complex shaped parts
  • Possibility of applying several treatments responding to different issues

Possible features

Icône anti-corrosion atmosphérique


Icône conduction isolation électrique

Electrical insulation

Icône esthétique

Aspect (colours)

Icône frottement


Icône réduction de bruit

Noise reduction