CED Coating

CATHODIC ELECTRO DEPOSITION (CED) COATING processes use charged particles to attract paint or coating particles or molecules in an immersion bath to surface of a submerged part. CED Coating is a dip coating process in which the coating suspended in the bath are given an electrical charge, which is then attracted to the part. The electrochemical reactions that occur cause water-solube resins to become insolubilized onto that are electrodes in the CED Coating paint tank.