Coating is a technique that involves applying a material (usually in a lubricant form) on to a surface for increased aesthetic appeal and protection against contamination, corrosion, and oxidation. , This process helps in enhancing the durability of the product.
Based on the applications, coating can be:
Various materials are used for the purpose of coating a particular object. Similarly, the technique of coating differs too based on the type of object, what material it is made from, and what the final applications of the object will be. Here, we will have a look at 3 main types of coating.
Types of Coating:
Following are the mostly used types of coating in various applications:
These types of coating are amply used in various industries as well as commercial establishments. You can select the best suited type for your coating needs based on the product you are using and your expenditure range.
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