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Type of electrophoretic coating in which the object to be coated is connected to the electrolysis circuit as the anode and, thus, is coated with the negatively charged paint molecules. See Also Electrodeposition coatings
Coating of an object with paint particles after dipping into an emulsion paint bath as an electrode and applying external current.
Organic coatings formed by coating of an object- having a conductive surface- connected to a circuit as the cathode by positively charged paint particles suspended in aqueous medium under direct current. Cathodic electrodeposition coatings are most widely utilized for automotive coatings. Perfect adhesion enables superior corrosion resistance. These coatings are also known as cataphoretic coatings.