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CED Coating Plant

Welcome to Dynamic Industries’ CED Coating Plant , where we bring you the latest advancements in corrosion resistant coating technology. Our CED (Cathodic Electro Deposited) coating plant is designed to provide exceptional protection and superior finish to a wide range of metal products.

What is CED Coating?

CED coating, also known as Cathodic Electro Deposition coating, is an advanced electrochemical process used to apply a uniform and durable protective coating on metal substrates. It involves the deposition of paint particles on the metal surface through an electrically charged bath, resulting in excellent corrosion resistance and aesthetic appeal.

Cathode electrodeposition is widely used to apply coatings to automobile parts including wheels and engine components, as well as other metallic surfaces like pipes and structural steel. It is well-known for producing coatings that are resistant to corrosion, adhere well, and have a smooth, uniform finish.

Working Principle and Process of CED Coating:

The CED coating process consists of several key steps:

  1. Pretreatment:

The metal substrate undergoes pretreatment, which includes cleaning, degreasing, and surface preparation to ensure proper adhesion of the coating.

  1. Immersion in CED Bath:

The pretreated metal parts are immersed in an electrically charged CED bath containing the coating material (typically epoxy based paint). The bath consists of positively charged paint particles suspended in water.

  1. Electrodeposition:

A direct current (DC) is applied to the bath, causing the positively charged paint particles to migrate and deposit onto the negatively charged metal substrate. This electrochemical process ensures uniform coating thickness and coverage even in complex shaped parts.

  1. Curing:

After electrodeposition, the coated parts are cured in an oven at a specified temperature to crosslink and cure the paint, forming a durable and protective coating.

  1. Post treatment:

Optional post treatment processes such as rinsing, drying, and quality inspection may follow to ensure the coating meets the desired specifications.

Benefits of CED Coating:

 High efficiency:

Cathode electrodeposition is extremely efficient, with a high transfer efficiency (the proportion of coating material transferred to the surface) and little overspray. This can help to reduce material waste and associated costs.

 Excellent Corrosion Resistance:

CED coating provides superior protection against corrosion, rust, and environmental factors, extending the lifespan of metal components.

 Uniform Coating Thickness:

The electrodeposition process ensures uniform coating thickness even on complex geometries and recessed areas, reducing the risk of coating defects.

 High quality  Finish:

CED coatings offer a smooth, consistent, and aesthetically pleasing finish, making them suitable for decorative as well as functional applications.

 Environmentally Friendly:

The CED process is environmentally friendly as it minimizes waste, reduces VOC emissions, and allows for efficient use of coating materials.

 Enhanced Adhesion:

CED coatings exhibit excellent adhesion to metal substrates, providing a strong bond that withstands mechanical stresses and exposure to harsh environments.

Industrial Applications of CED Coating:

Automotive Industry:

CED coatings are commonly utilized in the automobile sector to guard against corrosion while also improving the aesthetic aspect of vehicle parts. The CED technique is used on automobile bodywork, chassis components,brackets, door handles, suspension parts, and other metal components. Consistent coating thickness and high adherence by CED coating help to protect automobile parts against rust, corrosion, and other environmental causes, assuring their lifespan and durability.


Household appliances like refrigerators, washing machines, and ovens benefit from CED coating for corrosion protection and improved durability.CED coatings are used in the appliance sector to coat various metal components of appliances like refrigerators, washing machines, dishwashers, ovens, and more. The coatings guard against corrosion, moisture, and chemical exposure, preserving the longevity and aesthetics of these gadgets.

 Furniture and Architectural Components:

CED coated metal furniture, fixtures, and architectural elements not only resist corrosion but also enhance their visual appeal in indoor and outdoor settings.In the furniture industry, CED coatings are often used to cover metal furniture components such as chair frames, table legs, and other structural metal. The coatings create a smooth and durable finish that resists corrosion, scratches, and wear and tear. CED coatings also provide the ability to achieve a variety of colors and aesthetics, improving the overall appearance of furniture components.

Electrical Enclosures:

CED coated electrical enclosures, panels, and cabinets offer robust protection against moisture, chemicals, and outdoor elements.

Industrial Machinery:

Machinery components, tools, and equipment used in various Industries rely on CED coating to prolong their service life and maintain operational efficiency.

CED Coating Plant at Dynamic Industries located at Gat No. 298, Shed No. 10, Success U Turn Industrial Hub, Waghjainagar, Kharabwadi, CHAKAN, DIST: PUNE – 410501 (INDIA). stands as a beacon of excellence in the coating industry. With cutting edge technology, stringent quality control, and a commitment to environmental sustainability, we deliver superior CED coating solutions that meet the diverse needs of our clients. Partner with us for topnotch coating services that enhance durability, aesthetics, and performance across various applications.

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