What is CED coating (Cathode electrodeposition) ?
Cathode electrodeposition is a process in which a thin layer of coating material is applied to a surface using an electrical current. The process involves immersing a cathode (a negatively charged electrode) and an anode (a positively charged electrode) in a coating material. When an electrical current is applied, the coating material is attracted to the cathode and forms a thin layer on the surface being coated.
Cathode electrodeposition is commonly used to apply coatings to automotive parts, such as wheels and engine components, as well as to other metallic surfaces, such as pipes and structural steel. It is known for its ability to produce coatings with excellent corrosion resistance, good adhesion, and a smooth, even finish.
There are several advantages to using cathode electrodeposition for coating applications, including: