Cathodic dip coating (CDC)

Cathodic dip coating (CDC) is also known as anodic dip coating (ADC) or electrophoretic deposition (EPD). It is an electrochemical process in which a workpiece is coated in an immersion bath. CDC is a standard procedure for ensuring the corrosion protection of vehicle bodies. Water-soluble paints are commonly used. They are applied to the surface to be treated by means of direct current. The result is a very uniform coating, even with cavities and undercuts as well as complex geometries.

VMA-Getzmann offers an extensive range of DISPERMAT® dispersion machines, which can be used in laboratory or production environments in order to achieve the required pigment fineness.

Dissolvers for high-viscosity products (Products for lab and pilot plant)

Vacuum dissolvers (Products for lab and pilot plant)

Dissolvers (Products for lab and pilot plant)

Explosion-proof dissolvers (Products for lab and pilot plant)

Rotor-stator homogenizers (Products for lab and pilot plant)

Stirrers (Products for lab and pilot plant)

Dissolvers (Products for production)

ATEX dissolvers (Products for production)

Dissolvers with scraper (Products for production)

ATEX dissolvers with scraper (Products for production)

Vacuum dissolvers (Products for production)

ATEX vacuum dissolvers (Products for production)

Vacuum dissolver with scraper (Products for production)

ATEX vacuum dissolvers with scraper (Products for production)

Explosion‒proof bead mills (Products for lab and pilot plant)

Modular rotor-stator systems (Products for production)

Basket mills (Products for production)

ATEX basket mills (Products for production)

Vacuum basket mills (Products for production)

ATEX vacuum basket mills (Products for production)

2 in 1: basket mills with dissolver (Products for production)

Basket mills (Products for lab and pilot plant)

Modular basket mills (Products for production)

Modular vacuum systems (Products for production)