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surface, e.g. aluminium, chrome, cobalt, nickel, copper, brass, bronze, zinc, silver, cadmium, tin, lead Painting Organic or inorganic polymers combined with binders, pigments, fillers, solvents, additives and water Printing E.g. silk-screening Metallic coverings Galvanising Metallic covering by means of immersion, spraying or similar Powder coating Coloured plastic particles are permanently bound with the steel surface electrostatically. Coating Duplex coating First a metal cover (galvanising), then a coating system Plasma-vacuum coating In a vacuum, chemical

): in five classes, ,; 50 to > 400 ~m particle size (S): fine, medium, coarse, very coarse,'; 100 to> 1500 ~m C 7.25 196 Coating technique depending on specific state of coating material [ 1 Granular or powder state JL Plastic state plastering rendering whirl sintering electrostatic coating (see "Plasterwork". pp. 188-192) requires hOt workpiece so that sprayed thermosetting powder coating forms coherent covering particles are distributed evenly by an electric field between spraying equipment and metal part spreading electroplating Ionised