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Industrial Liquid Paint to serve virtually any Market

When OEM spec’s matter, liquid paint can deliver the right color, gloss and performance. We offer a variety of world class primers, pretreatments, and surface prep methods. Ideal for the automotive, architectural, and furniture industries (as well as many others).
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A quick and easy process. Done right the first time.

Here’s what you can expect from our process:
1. Dialogue

Reach out to us. Tell us what your problem is, and share any prints you have with us. We’ll open up a dialogue to understand your challenges and requirements so that we can recommend the best path forward.

2. Cross-Functional Assessment

You’ll send us a test part and get the brightest brains in the industry—from sales and lab technicians to engineers—on your side and plotting a path to success. We call this “first article inspection,” and it eliminates any possibility of confusion or error on our side.  

3. Coating & Tracking

We’ll enter your parts into our cloud database that you can access from any device. Track progress as we apply the most advanced coating systems available today.

4. Quality Assurance

Your parts will undergo rigorous examination and testing by our quality assurance department to ensure flawless, dependable coverage. We’ll generate certificates attesting to your coatings that you can download in your client portal.

5. Deployment

We’ll ship your pieces back to you ready to be used. Thanks to our patented coating, your parts won’t need to be masked or over-machined. Just reassemble and run as usual—protected from corrosion, wear, and abrasion.

Yes! We apply coatings specified by many Original Equipment Manufacturers

Here are other answers you may be looking for
What is Zpex?

Zpex is a system of coatings, that when applied and baked at a certain temperature, crosslink together to create a barrier coating that is thin enough to be applied to threads and sealing surfaces, yet corrosion resistant enough to replace exotic metallurgies like Stainless Steel.  

Is Zpex a spray applied process or a dip process?

Zpex is actually both. The primer, or base-coat for Zpex, is an immersion coating applied within a series of tanks. Here the part will be fully encapsulated throughout multiple automated stages that include cleaning, pretreatment and an epoxy coating applied by electrodeposition. Afterward, going through a bake cycle. 

How thick is the Zpex coating?

Zpex is typically applied at around 1.3-2 mils thick, about half the thickness of a dollar bill. 

To what surfaces can Zpex be applied?

Zpex can be applied to any surface that is conductive. We most typically apply Zpex to carbon steel or cast iron in replacement of stainless steels, however, somewhat often, we will apply Zpex to stainless steel also

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Request a consultation with us today to learn if liquid coating is right for you.