2017-11-23
http://w3.windfair.net/wind-energy/pr/26593-dorken-otn-galvanotechnik-agritechnica-fair-galvanic-system-galvanising

In focus: Galvanising 2.0

Dörken MKS-Systeme presents its DELTA-PROZINC® galvanic system at the centre of its appearance at the Agritechnica 2017. The company is exhibiting alongside its licensing partner, OTN Galvanotechnik GmbH. OTN is a coater of metal surfaces.

The high performance rack galvanizing is able to coat larger components with a high throughput. (Image: Dörken)The high performance rack galvanizing is able to coat larger components with a high throughput. (Image: Dörken)

In addition to hot-dip galvanisation and liquid application coating it also offers electrogalvanising and is set to source its products exclusively from Dörken MKS-System in the future. The fair stand will also the presentation of “The Corrosion College”, which offers target group-oriented knowledge and project-oriented solutions on the subject of corrosion and corrosion protection.

Dörken MKS-Systeme GmbH & Co. KG, Herdecke, will be participating in the Agritechnica in Hanover from 12 to 18 November 2017 on a joint stand with its licensing partner, OTN Galvanotechnik GmbH of Elsbethen, (Salzburg, Austria). Under the motto Galvanising 2.0, Dörken is presenting its complete product portfolio in the fields of zinc flake, electroplating and KTL, with a particular focus on electroplating technology. OTN is a licensing partner for the electroplating line DELTA-PROZINC® and has developed what is currently the most modern plant in Europe for this system, due to commence series production in early 2018. A particular highlight on the fair stand will be the simulation of a DELTA-PROZINC® coating process with “chocolate galvanising”, with biscuits, fruit and other treats coated with chocolate for the stand visitors.

DELTA-PROZINC® is an electroplating range that encompasses the entire process - from pre-treatment to zinc-based baths and onto passivation and sealing, with and without integrated lubricant. In this, it is distinguished from, for example, classic yellow chromating by its chromium(VI)-free surfaces and significantly higher corrosion protection.

The process-safe, standardised surface protection system offers resistance for the 8 µm to 15 µm galvanic coating of at least 360 hours against coating corrosion and 720 hours against base metal corrosion (as per DIN EN ISO 9227).

The systems are free of solvents and complexing agents, making them more innocuous to health and resource preserving than nickel and cobalt-based alternatives. The surfaces also boast a long-lasting decorative metal finish.

The extremely modern systems technology enables a process reliable procedure offering superior coating quality. (Image: Dörken)

Stand visitors looking for more detailed information on the subject of corrosion and the products of Dörken MKS-Systeme compared to standard batch galvanising and electroplating can view the offers of “The Corrosion College” on the stand. Against the background of a complex network of coating contractors, subcontractors, (Tiers), manufacturers (OEMs), plant engineering firms, trade associations and universities, in the scope of this college Dörken MKS offers target group-oriented knowledge and project-oriented solutions on the subject of corrosion and corrosion protection. In the process it is possible to develop information events in compact form, as well as multi-day training events and seminars - including with practical content - tailored to individual requirements. Subjects range from factors influencing the corrosion of components to different coating procedures and the inspection and testing of coated components and on to detailed coating processes.

Dörken MKS Systeme and OTN Galvanotechnik GmbH can be found at the Agritechnica 2017 on joint stand no. A49 in Hall 2.

Source:
Dörken
Author:
Press Office
Link:
www.doerken-mks.de
Keywords:
Dörken, OTN Galvanotechnik, Agritechnica, fair, galvanic system, galvanising





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