cataphoretic


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cat·a·pho·ret·ic

(kat'ă-fō-ret'ik),
Relating to cataphoresis.
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For its work with Volkswagen, MAG was required to use a zinc nickel process with a cataphoretic dip painting treatment for the engine locks it provided the German automaker.
With only a zirconium passivation, surface defects resulting from car body construction or pressing, like for example scrub marks, scratches or impressions from the vacuum cups of the robots, can lead to visible problems in the subsequent application of the cataphoretic paint (E-Coat) which may only be remedied by way of extensive manual work.
Fedrizzi, "Cataphoretic and autophoretic automotive primers: a comparative study," Progress in Organic Coatings, vol.