HIGH COAT PROCESS

  1. Washing: Workpieces are cleaned and degreased with solvent-free, water-based products, with little impact on the environment.
  2. Preparation: At this stage, the workpieces undergo a series of treatments which are important for the visual effect, and even more so for varnish adhesion and corrosion protection. These special treatments ensure that the varnish will adhere perfectly to the base material, and increase its already highresistance to corrosion by 50%.

    The products used during both stages were selected based on constant research and selection processes, which were geared towards continually improving the quality of the end product, and reducing the impact on the environment, in accordance with the relevant regulations. 


  3. Cataphoresis varnishing: As this varnishing process results in an increased penetration capacity, it can be used to varnish articles with particularly complex shapes, which guarantees complete surface coverage and coat thickness uniformity. A further feature  of this varnishing process is the minimal usage of solvents and its lack of toxicity, so minimising environmental impact.
  4. Drying and polymerisation: In this stage, the varnish is dried and then 'fired' so that the resin polymerises and gains all its technical qualities concerning hardness, transparency, etc.

The entire process takes place within a complete automatic system, guaranteeing a consistent level of quality for all treated workpieces. The parameters for the process are constantly monitored by a computer, which is tasked with correctly carrying out the varnishing cycle. If the parameters of the process are not within the designated standard limits, the computer immediately informs the operator of the fault. This enables us to intervene promptly and prevent articles from being treated and produced under less-than-optimal conditions.

The entire process takes place within a complete automatic system, guaranteeing a consistent level of quality for all treated workpieces. The parameters for the process are constantly monitored by a computer, which is tasked with correctly carrying out the varnishing cycle. If the parameters of the process are not within the designated standard limits, the computer immediately informs the operator of the fault. This enables us to intervene promptly and prevent articles from being treated and produced under less-than-optimal conditions.

Laboratory

The Almar laboratory plays an important part, and is tasked with the following duties:

  • Analysing the varnish and the preparation which ensures that the products used in the HIGH COAT process always maintain their full effectiveness.
  • Testing the workpieces produced, which enables us to constantly monitor the production quality. These tests are carried out in accordance with internal monitoring orders, which refer to the UNI standards.
  • Registering the results of analyses and the tests carried out.

Traceability of the product: The articles treated with the HIGH COAT process are issued with a code which makes it possible to trace the date of the treatment, the test results for the articles extracted during production, and the laboratory analyses of the products used during the process.

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