Secoa Metal Finishing

Specialty Coatings for Various Industrial Applications

Specialty Coatings for Various Industrial Applications

Various finishes are available to improve metal components are utilized in a range of different industries. Prior to choosing a particular type of finish for your material, make some initial considerations first – in particular, the type of impact and wearing the material is going to undergo during its service life. In addition to the standard type of coatings available for metal and plastic, there are also other specialty coatings that fulfill other requirements, including hard anodizing coatings, anti-rust coatings, nickel boron plating, and powder coating. At Secoa Technology, we provide a diverse range of protective coating products for various industrial applications.

Industries That Benefit

Some of the different industries that benefit from these types of specialized coatings include automotive, firearm, aerospace, and more. The type of coating that you should apply will largely depend on the type of metal involved and the specific application. Additional benefits can be obtained from these coatings – in particular to machinery parts.

Some of the specialty coatings that are available for particular industry applications include:

Hard Anodized Coatings

If you need increased resistance to corrosion and wear, hard anodized coatings may be the answer. This type of coating causes a thicker layer of oxide to rest on the metal and enhances the ability of glues primers, paints to adhere as well.

Powder Coating

Resistance to wear, chips, stating, impact, scratches, solvents, and salt spray can be obtained with powder coating. This type of coating is cost effective has a long service life, and maintains color durability.

Nickel Boron Plating

Offering excellent protection against corrosion and wear, nickel boron plating produces a texture that acts as a buffer between two mating or sliding surfaces – this inhibits drag and friction.

The specialty coatings mentioned above increase lifespan and durability of metal and plastic parts. Simultaneously, they offer excellent abrasion and friction resistance qualities. With proper use and maintenance of these coatings, you can significantly reduce repair and replacement costs due to the fact that surfaces are strengthened and protected against the deteriorating effects of corrosion.

Consulting With a Coatings Professional

Before you select a specialty coating for your particular application or project, be sure to contact our team at Secoa Technology.

Specialty Coatings: When One Size Will Not Fit All

It is not always true that “One size fits all.” At Secoa Technology, we know that not every component can achieve its goal through the application of a generic coating. In many cases, the only way to be successful, to address the demands and specifications of a coating for a component, is to create one. This is why we work with our clients to produce specialty coatings.

What Are Specialty Coatings?

Specialty coatings are designed to address the specific needs and requirements of companies and their components. We are partnered with many of the top coating manufacturers who can formulate specialty products according to specifications. They consider such factors as function, environment, and specific design constraints.

What Specialty Coatings Do We Offer?

At Secoa Technology, we can help you select the right coating for your component. We specialize in a variety of unique options including:

  • Architectural Coatings – Our UltraSeal™ coating offers unparalleled aesthetic and structural enhancements designed and customized to meet your specifications
  • Corrosion and Chemical Resistant Coatings – We offer a choice of effective coatings for corrosion and more protection. Among the current offerings are:
    • Polyester: a modern polyester powder coating
    • Rilsan ® Nylon 11: A high-performance technical polymer
    • Epoxy: A powder coating
    • High Build Thermoplastics: For application on steel
    • KF Polymer: A dense film build polymer