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Galvanisation is a process by which you cover a plastic or metallic manufactured item with a thin metal layer to protect against corrosion and/or ageing. This process is regularly used in modern furniture and for fittings used in clothing stores.
Galvanised manufactured items are coated with clearcoats to give gloss or matt aesthetic protective effects from oxidation, corrosion or mechanical stress (shocks and scratches) as well as to reduce the thickness of the metal used for the galvanised substrate, ensuring however protection by applying a suitable thickness of paint.
Indeed, items intended for sectors requiring high aesthetical characteristics are often subject to strongly oxidizing and corrosive actions. This is the case, for instance, of clothing accessories, leather goods and footwear, which are often quickly deteriorated by aggressive substances partially contained in leather and textiles with which they come into contact, or objects such as knobs and handles or taps, repeatedly handled and therefore subject to frequent manipulation.
Formaldehyde is a chemical substance used to form resins, in the chemical, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry and belongs to volatile organic compounds. In the ’80s it was widely used, but today current regulations impose an upper limit inside the product equal to 0.1%.
As well as a new proposal consisting of two 1K solutions (gloss and matt) drying at higher temperatures (120 - 140°C) and two 2K versions (gloss and matt), allowing drying at lower temperature with energy savings and greater resistance to manipulation:
Galvanisation is a process by which you cover a plastic or metallic manufactured item with a thin metal layer to protect against corrosion. This process is differently named according to the metal used for the protective film. The operation of Industrial Galvanisation can be performed in 2 different modes:
This process is differently named according to the metal used for the protective film.
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