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.
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