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PAINTING SYSTEMS

GLISS-COAT Wet Paint

Powder Coating CED

Optimum anti-friction Use with low and high Variety of colours Suitable for cavities
properties temperatures

All sizes of components


Maintenance-free
long-term lubrication
Coatings up to 200 m Short turnaround time
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GLISS-COAT

What is GLISS-COAT ?

The GLISS-COAT brand denotes application method depends upon


the range of dry lubricant coatings the geometry and quantity of
developed by AHC and designed to parts to be coated, the type of
reduce friction and surface wear. liquid coating material used, e.g.
The coating materials are water- single or multiple component
soluble. Various methods of appli- system, and the requirements of
cation are possible. The type of the final coating.

How are GLISS-COAT layers built-up?

The coating systems are water- Most GLISS-COAT layers must


based and are completely free of be dried after application of the
heavy metals. The flow behaviour coating to achieve the required
is modified to avoid any properties with regard to
undesirable edge build-up or any adhesion, hardness, corrosion
drop formation at edges or in protection and lubrication.
bores. Individual parts are coated During the drying process
using automatic flat spray units temperatures below 100 C are
while smaller series-produced parts, generally employed. The coated
for instance, are treated in special parts are spread out during drying
barrel-plating devices. in order to ensure uniform curing.

(All technical values published in this brochure users practical experience, will ultimately
are subject to the test conditions specified. determine the level of performance achieved
We therefore emphasise that the applications by the coating and/or coating system)
and operating conditions, along with the end

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Flat spray unit with view of the coating chamber

Centrifuge coating

Advantages of GLISS-COAT compared to lubricating grease and oil products

helps repel dust and dirt permanent protection against


forms a homogeneous corrosion
lubricating surface partial coating possible
tight anchorage with the provides permanent lifetime
substrate lubrication in many cases
ecological advantages, since minimise noise
there is no removal of the (e.g. squeaking and grinding
medium noises)
dry lubricant

Suitable materials for treatment with GLISS-COAT

Depending on the processing substrates have been successfully


variant all metals, light metals as treated for special applications:
well as plastics destined for paper, non-woven fabrics, plastic
industrial use can be treated. foils, metal foils as well as
Among others, the following ceramics.

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General coating characteristics

optimum anti-friction properties helps repel dust and dirt


long service life high level of chemical
minimise noise resistance
maintenance-free long-term good corrosion resistance
lubrication homogeneous surface quality
excellent adhesion when big cost savings
applied to metals and plastics

Colour

Most GLISS-COAT layers are matt coefficient of friction decreases.


dark grey in colour, as plated. Alternative colours are available
Under compressive stress they take at customers special request.
on a shiny appearance and their

Frictional behaviour

Disc Service life < 0,3 Wear


[number of revolutions] [10-15m2/N]
Polyamide
PA 66 30 % glas-fibre, 3,100 3.3
non-coated
Polyamide
PA 66 30 % glas-fibre, 3,164.000 1.7
30 m GLISS-COAT
200-W-60P
Polyethylene-
terephthalate (PET), 300 47.0
non-coated
Polyethylene-
terephthalate (PET), > 9,556,000 0.7
30 % GLISS-COAT
200-W-60P
Slide test with pin-disc-tribometer FN = 5 N; v = 6 m/min.;
T = 24 C; rel. humidity: 50 %, pin (ball): 6 mm, 100 Cr 6

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Frictional behaviour

The service life and the coefficient Optimum friction behaviour,


of friction of a GLISS-COAT hard especially for aluminium,
film depends on the type of coa- magnesium and titanium alloys,
ting and on the hardness can be achieved by the application
characteristics of the material to of the GLISS-COAT process
which it is applied. Ideal friction variant 2000 and the use of anodic
characteristics are fulfilled when intermediate layers (HART-COAT ,
the coating is applied to two hard anodising, KEPLA-COAT ,
metal surfaces which move against MAGOXID-COAT ).
each other with a uniformly app-
lied medium pressure and at
a comparatively high speed.

Piston valves and transmission guides with


GLISS-COAT 200-W-60P

Pressure springs for automotive shock absorbers, treated


with GLISS-COAT 200-W-60P

Cover picture: Latches for motor vehicle locks coa-


ted with GLISS-COAT 200-W

Disc Service life < 0,3 Wear


[number of revolutions] [10-15m2/N]
AlMgSi1,
30 m GLISS-COAT 1,305,000 5.6
200-W-60P
AlMgSi1,
40 m GLISS-COAT 3,605,090 2.7
2010-W-033

Steel 1.4571,
30 m GLISS-COAT 1,058,900 11.3
200-W-60P
Slide test with pin-disc-tribometer
FN = 5 N; v = 6 m/min.; T = 24 C; rel. humidity: 50 %, pin (ball): 6 mm, 100 Cr 6

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Applications

vehicle door locks coil compression springs for


seat bolting devices damping systems
slide bearings, bushes movable vehicle interior
toothed wheels components, e.g. hinge pins,
bolts, screws, nuts bearing bolts, seat adjustment
guide mechanisms, rollers components, guide plates
spindles, shafts bearings fitted to drive systems,
valves, stopcocks turbines and rotors
roller bearings insert/outsert injection
moulding technology

Basic coating

200-W water-based (solvent-free) coating Layer characteristics:


system that can be applied to all anti-friction properties
substrates destined for industrial helps prevent squeaking and
use grinding noises
pressure resistant
suitable for consumer goods,
food compatible
Typical layer thickness: good chemical resistance
for example 30 10 m on high alkali resistance
flat parts free of heavy metals according
Typical drying temperature: to the EU End-of-Life Vehicle
80 C to 100 C Directive
a layer thickness of approx.
Temperature resistance: 35 m on steel with
up to 200 C corresponding pre-treatment
withstands up to 250 hours of
testing according to
DIN EN ISO 9227 (neutral salt
spray test)

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Shafts and springs made of steel as well as plastic


locking pins for seat area of passenger cars. Each
part is coated with GLISS-COAT .

Actuating drives with GLISS-COAT -treated covers

Small parts, treated with GLISS-COAT

For functional applications

200-W-60P These coatings have various lubricating additions.


200-W-100P compositions which contain
200-W-PG
significant increase of anti- very ductile
friction properties well suited for the coating of
improved running-in behaviour plastics

200-W-KP with corrosion protecting additions

improved corrosion protection


compared to basic coating
system
good anti-friction properties

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Optical variant with additional colour pigment


200-W-S03 black-dyed surface with
antifriction properties

Cup holder for vehicles, treated with GLISS-COAT 200-W-S03

Anti-friction coating

C03 water-based (solvent-free) Layer characteristics:


coating system anti-friction properties
suitable for dip-spin helps prevent squeaking and
and spray application grinding noises
pressure resistant
free of heavy metals according
Layer thicknesses: to the EU End-of-Life Vehicle
depending on process variant Directive
formation of a shiny lubricant
Typical drying temperature:
film, if subject to pressure
max. 100 C
resistant to soiling
Temperature resistance:
for use at up to 200 C

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Multi-functional combination coatings from one source

2000 Multi-functional combination GLISS-COAT 2000 is the generic


coatings, consist of a first layer term for multi-functional
and a second, so-called top layer. combination coatings and does
With this process, the top layer not exclusively signify dry-lubricant
is a decorative and / or functional coating systems.
paint coat.

2001-W-033 Example of multi-functional Hard anodic base coat plus anti-


combination coatings, dependent friction coating on aluminium
on kind of base material and alloys
requirements of coating system:
low coefficient of friction with
maximum service life
high wear and corrosion
resistance
excellent adherence to base
material
high electrical insulation
properties
pressure resistant
suitable for consumer goods,
food compatible

Z-table for scan microscopy, coated with KEPLA-COAT plus TOP-COAT black

Typical nominal layer thicknesses:


40 - 80 m
Drying temperature:
from 20 C to 150 C
Multi-functional combination coatings for knife handles combine decorative Temperature resistance:
requirements with a high corrosion protection up to 200 C

Development products

Our own development department Examples:


formulates and modifies further high-temperature resistant
variants. It is possible to respond layers
to customers specific requirements decorative anti-friction
if they cannot be met by existing properties with
process variants. corrosion protection

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WET PAINT/KTL

What is wet paint?

Wet paint is a spray paint process applied. The process offers


during which hydro paint systems optimum flexibility with regard
or solvent-based paint systems are to paint application.

Advantages of wet paint

With wet painting, surfaces are In combination with a primer, for


produced that are decoratively example, it is possible to achieve
appealing regarding structure and high corrosion protection.
colour on almost every base It is also possible to treat very
material. A wet paint layer may small batches which offers high
also have functional properties. flexibility.

Wet paint process flow

Example process flow charts for Plastic component Metallic component


plastic and metallic components
Pre-treatment Pre-treatment
1. degreasing alkaline 1. degreasing alkaline
2. degreasing alkaline 2. degreasing alkaline
3. rinse neutral 3. rinse neutral
4. primer / fluorination / 4. activation (where required)
flame treatment 5. zinc-manganese-
phosphatizing tri-cation
6. rinse neutral
7. passivation organic
8. rinse deionised water
9. rinse purest deionised water
drying as required drying about 50 150 C
wet painting wet painting
all colours / effects all colours / effects
drying in ofen drying in ofen
about 50 - 150 C as required

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WET PAINT/KTL

Wet paint fields of use

Wet paint processes can be used Applications


to paint the most diverse plastic the automotive sector
materials, e.g., ABS / PC, PP, PPO or (accessories for the interior)
PA6, as well as metallatic materials. decorative surface appearance
If required, a corresponding pre- haptically appealing surface
treatment (primer / fluorination) (soft-touch effect)
can be applied. temperature-sensitive
components

Titelmotiv: Nasslackierung mittels Roboter mit Power-Wash-Vorbehandlung

Special wet paint applications

Automotive industry Panel


Base material: ABS
Process: hydro soft paint
Layer thickness: 40 - 50 m
Requirements / applications:
decoration
haptics

Panel

Automotive industry Air vent


Base material: ABS
Process : soft paint
Layer thickness: 30 - 40 m
Requirements / applications:
decoration
haptics

Air vents

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POWDER COATING

What is powder coating?

Powder coating is an electro-static The impinging particles generate


coating process during which elec- an opposite electric charge which
trically charged paint particles are affects the adhesion of the paint
applied, by means of a spray gun, particles to the surface.
to the surface of a metallic work-
piece that is grounded.

Advantages of powder coating

Powder coatings with layer


thicknesses between 40 m and
140 m are available in many
different colours. The coatings
offer an extremely high corrosion
protection, chemical resistance,
UV-resistance and stone impact
resistance.

Commercial vehicle steps on a process rack

Powder coating process flow

The following scheme shows a Metallic component


typical process sequence
Pre-treatment
1. degreasing alkaline
2. degreasing alkaline
3. rinse neutral
4. zinc-manganese-phosphatizing tri-cation
5. rinse neutral
6. passivation organic
7. rinse deionised water
8. rinse purest deionised water
drying about 150 C
powder coating all colours
baking process 160 - 220 C

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Powder coating fields of use

The paint systems are based on


different resin types: epoxy resins
predominantly for interior parts or
polyester, polyurethane and acrylic
resins for exterior applications.
The resin systems determine the
field of application and properties
of the powder coating.

Cover picture: Powder as a feedstock

Properties of resin types

(epoxy + polyester)
polyester systems

hybrid systems
epoxy systems
Properties

polyurethane
corrosion protection + - 0 0+
adhesion + - + +
chemical resistance + 0 + 0+
UV resistance - + + 0+
overpaintability + + - +

Specific powder coating applications

Automotive industry Inlet pipe of Requirements / applications:


W-12-Zylinder defined strength
Base material: sand casting corrosion protection
magnesium alloy decoration
Process: chrome-free passivation
MAGPASS-COAT plus
powder coating
Layer thickness: 180 - 200 m

Inlet pipe for W-12-cylinder engine

Domestic appliance sector - Chassis Requirements / applications:


Base material: aluminium alloy corrosion protection
Process: zinc phosphate plus decoration
powder coating
Layer thickness: 80 - 120 m

Chassis

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CED

What is CED?

CED (cathodic electro-deposition) These paint particles are attracted


is a process during which the to the workpiece on which they
workpiece to be coated is deposit and form a uniform film
negatively charged and then across the part. Subsequent to the
immersed into a paint bath with application of the paint layer a
positively charged paint particles. heat treatment (baking) is carried
out at 180 to 220 C.

Advantages of CED

One of the benefits is that every In combination with the use of


crevice and corner is coated until ultrafiltration technology, the high-
the film reaches the specified layer ly-automated coating
thickness. Thus, a uniform coating process offers an economically
thickness over all the parts is advantageous use of paint
achieved. CED layers provide good materials.
corrosion protection and high
impact strength.

CED process flow

Metallic component

Pre-treatment
1. degreasing alkaline
2. degreasing alkaline
3. rinse neutral
4. zinc-manganese-phosphatizing tri-cation
5. rinse neutral
6. passivation organic
7. rinse deionised water
8. rinse purest deionised water
cleaning zone/blow off 110 C
CED RAL 9005 / 9011
baking process 180 - 220 C

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CED fields of use

Cathodic electro-deposition
techniques are used in the
automotive and mechanical
engineering sectors to provide
corrosion protection to a wide
variety of components, e.g.,
stamped parts.
CED increases the stone impact
resistance and, as a consequence,
is often used for grids which Cover picture: Tubes for passenger cars/commercial
protect commercial vehicles vehicles (air conditioning systems, oil feed...)
against falling rocks. The coating
process is well suited to complex
shaped parts due to the uniform
coating thickness produced.

Specific cathodic electro-deposition (CED) applications

Measuring technology Mounting


device for gauge
Base material: steel
Process: CED
Layer thickness: 20 - 30 m
Requirements / applications:
decoration
corrosion protection
Mounting device for gauge

Automotive industry Guide rail


Base material: steel
Process: CED
Layer thickness: 20 - 30 m
Requirements / applications:
corrosion protection

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