Dip Spin Coating Equipment

TULZ 900 Flexible Dip Spin Tilt Coating Equipment

The TULZ 900 dip spin module is renowned in the surface finishing industry for coating parts with recessed drives and complex stampings that need reorientation to prevent head fill and puddling.  The dip spin module works with a 900-millimeter basket that can process up to 600 pounds or 5.3 cubic feet of parts.

TULZ 700 Flexible Dip Spin Tilt Coating Equipment

The TULZ 700 dip spin module is Excellent for coating parts with recessed drives and complex stampings that need reorientation to prevent head fill and puddling.

TULZ 600 Flexible Dip Spin Tilt Coating Equipment

The TULZ 600 dip spin module is extreemly well suited for coating parts with recessed drives and complex stampings that need reorientation to prevent head fill and puddling.

TULZ 300/500 Flexible Dip Spin Tilt Coating Equipment

The TULZ 300/500 dip spin module is well suited for coating parts with recessed drives and complex stampings that need reorientation to prevent head fill and puddling.

TLZ 300 Lab Dip Spin Coater

The TLZ 300 coating station was designed to carry out samples or to coat small batches with minimal use of coating medium.

TLZ 1000 Rack Dip Spin Coating Equipment for Large and Delicate Parts

The WMV dip spin rack coating system recovers paint typically lost is sprays systems. Recovery of the treatment solution makes rack dip spin coating a wise choice for cost-effective coating of parts.

DSC Dip Spin Hoist

The DSC dip spin tilt transfer hoist incorporates centrifuge basket spinning and tilting capabilities.

PULZ Dip Spin Planetary Coating System

The world’s first system that can coat 250 pounds of material with a change in position at an incredible 32g acceleration.

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WMV Dip Spin equipment and systems continuously improve and evolve in combination with input from zinc flake, wax, passivation, adhesive, oil and zinc plating chemical suppliers. With over 40 years of experience as a supplier to the surface finishing industry for the application of dip spin coating of bulk and racked parts we have formed a winning combination with chemical suppliers, applicators and OEMs in numerous industries around the globe. The Dip Spin equipment is robust, flexible and backed by our service department and software department with 24/7 support to maximize your productivity, uptime and quality.

TULZ 900 Flexible Dip Spin Tilt Coating Equipment

The TULZ 900 dip spin module is renowned in the surface finishing industry for coating parts with recessed drives and complex stampings that need reorientation to prevent head fill and puddling.  The dip spin module works with a 900-millimeter basket that can process up to 600 pounds or 5.3 cubic feet of parts.  

The equipment uses dip spin tilt technology to reorient parts so that the coating can be applied in one step and spun off based on unique recipes developed by applicators to assure the dip spin process provides high quality coated parts at high levels of productivity.   Having the ability to tilt the basket more than 75 degrees off vertical and up to 90 degrees, makes dip spin coating challenging small-large parts possible.

Dipping tanks and baskets for coatings can easily be exchanged and monitored while your system is still producing.  The dip spin coating module can be designed to apply both water-based and solvent-based dip spin coatings.  To save chemistry an optional paint recovery system can be added to the dipping tanks and dip spin coating booth.  

Customers choose the TULZ dip spin module due to its flexibility and productivity.  

  • Dipping tanks are rolled in and out of the dip spin both to make coating changeovers a breeze.  
  • Excellent coating results on small to large parts, nuts, stampings, and flat parts.
  • Optional automatic exchange of baskets makes paint changeovers fast reliable.

TULZ 700 Flexible Dip Spin Tilt Coating Equipment

The TULZ 700 dip spin module is Excellent for coating parts with recessed drives and complex stampings that need reorientation to prevent head fill and puddling. The dip spin module works with a 700-millimeter basket that can process up to 600 pounds or 2.5 cubic feet of parts.

The equipment uses dip spin tilt technology to reorient parts so that the coating can be applied in one step and spun off based on unique recipes developed by applicators to assure the dip spin process provides high quality coated parts at high levels of productivity. Having the ability to tilt the basket more than 75 degrees off vertical and up to 90 degrees, makes dip spin coating of challenging small and medium-sized parts possible.

Dipping tanks and baskets for coatings can easily be exchanged and monitored while your system is still producing. The dip spin coating module can be designed to apply both water-based and solvent-based dip spin coatings. To save chemistry an optional paint recovery system can be added to the dipping tanks and dip spin coating booth. Customers choose the TULZ dip spin module due to its flexibility and productivity.

  • Dipping tanks are rolled in and out of the dip spin booth to make coating changeover a breeze.
  • Excellent coating results on small to large parts, nuts, stampings, and flat parts.
  • Optional automatic exchange of baskets makes paint change over fast and reliable.

TULZ 600 Flexible Dip Spin Tilt Coating Equipment

The TULZ 600 dip spin module is extreemly well suited for coating parts with recessed drives and complex stampings that need reorientation to prevent head fill and puddling. The dip spin module works with a 600-millimeter basket that can process up to 330 pounds or 1.75 cubic feet of parts.

The equipment uses dip spin tilt technology to reorient parts so that the coating can be applied in one step and spun off based on unique recipes developed by applicators to assure the dip spin process provides high quality coated parts at high levels of productivity. Having the ability to tilt the basket more than 75 degrees off vertical and up to 85 degrees, makes dip spin coating of challenging small and mid-sized parts possible.

Dipping tanks and baskets for coatings can easily be exchanged and monitored while your system is still producing. The dip spin coating module can be designed to apply both water-based and solvent-based dip spin coatings. To save chemistry an optional paint recovery system can be added to the dipping tanks and dip spin coating booth. Customers choose the TULZ dip spin module due to its flexibility and productivity.

  • Dipping tanks are rolled in and out of the dip spin booth to make coating changeover a breeze.
  • Excellent coating results on small to large parts, nuts, stampings, and flat parts.
  • Optional automatic exchange of baskets makes paint change over fast and reliable.

    TULZ 300/500 Flexible Dip Spin Tilt Coating Equipment

    The TULZ 300/500 dip spin module has all the features as the TULZ 900. It is well suited for coating parts with recessed drives and complex stampings that need reorientation to prevent head fill and puddling. The dip spin module works with a 300 or 500-millimeter basket that can process up to 250 pounds or 1.25 cubic feet of parts. For smaller jobs, the 300mm basket can be used with a 5-gallon container as the dip tank. The equipment uses dip spin tilt technology to reorient parts so that the coating can be applied in one step and spun off based on unique recipes developed by applicators to assure the dip spin process provides high quality coated parts at high levels of productivity. Having the ability to tilt the basket more than 75 degrees off vertical and up to 85 degrees, makes dip spin coating of challenging small and large parts possible.

    Dipping tanks and baskets for coatings can easily be exchanged. The dip spin coating module can be designed to apply both water-based and solvent-based dip spin coatings.

    Customers choose the TULZ dip spin module due to its flexibility and productivity. To save chemistry an optional paint recovery system can be added to the dipping tanks and dip spin coating booth. Customers choose the TULZ dip spin module due to its flexibility and productivity.

    • Dipping tanks are rolled in and out of the dip spin booth to make coating change over a breeze.
    • Excellent coating results on small to large parts, nuts, stampings, and flat parts.
    • Optional automatic exchange of baskets makes paint changeover fast and reliable.

      TLZ 300 Lab Dip Spin Coater

      The TLZ 300 coating station was designed to carry out samples or to coat small batches with minimal use of coating medium. The spinner is powered by a SEW geared motor, which is controlled by a frequency converter to enable different speeds.

      Optionally, the station may be provided with an exhaust system for use with solvent-based coating media.

      The coating baskets are manually inserted into the coating module and can be manufactured with stainless steel wire mesh with openings to your specification. An alternative is to use corrugated steel fabricated with various sizes of perforated or slotted openings.

      The lifting and lowering of the paint container are realized with a 2-stage pneumatic cylinder.

      The control is realized with a decentralized SIEMENS S7 PLC, the operation is carried out via the SIEMENS operator interface TP700. The controller can be supplied in various equipment variants, from simple manual control via push buttons to variants with recipe management and process data archiving.

      The paint container used is an 8-gallon container (Ø approx. 330 mm, h = approx. 400 mm), which is used by various paint manufacturers. It serves as the dipping tank and is about half-filled with paint. To spin off coatings the container is lowered, so that the excess coating medium is recovered and remains in the container. To spin off the container is lowered so that the excess coating medium remains in the container.

          TLZ 1000 Rack Dip Spin Coating Equipment for Large and Delicate Parts

          In conjunction with Magni, Doerken, and NOF-Geomet, WMV has developed specialty dip spin coating equipment and systems for the pretreatment, coating, and curing of large, delicate, and difficult to coat parts that cannot be processed in bulk coating systems. In many cases, dip spin rack coating is an alternative to spray coating. The WMV dip spin rack coating system recovers paint typically lost is sprays systems. Recovery of the treatment solution makes rack dip spin coating a wise choice for cost-effective coating of parts.

            DSC Dip Spin Hoist

            The DSC dip spin tilt transfer hoist incorporates centrifuge basket spinning and tilting capabilities. Centrifuge baskets loaded with parts can be immersed in treatment solutions and tilted or osolated to manipulate the parts per a part process recipe. Actions that can be controlled are the tilting and rotation of the centrifuge basket to reorient parts and the spin speed of the centrifuge basket at any point during the treatment process. After parts are treated the centrifuge basket can be positioned over the solution tank and spun at a high speed to recover solution directly back to the solution tank, tilted and rotated to reorient parts that tend to hold solution and then spun at a high speed again to further reduce dragout.

            By spinning the centrifuge basket and reorienting parts, drag out of solution can be reduced by up to 95% when compared to highly efficient plating barrels. Reducing drag out of solution is especially important with costly passivation and topcoat chemistries. The DSC dip spin tilt transfer hoist addresses the need to reduce the amount of the costly chemicals used by recovering solution rather than dragging it out to the next solution tank. In addition to recovering the treatment solution, a reduction in the use of fresh water minimizes wastewater treatment. This is important since waste treatment of Cr-6 free chemistries is more expensive than chemistries that contain Cr-6.

            In addition to these benefits, parts can have the topcoat applied to them and dried in the same centrifuge basket that the parts were passivated in. Again, the capabilities of the DSC dip spin tilt transfer hoist allow for the manipulation of the centrifuge basket to reorient parts that insure the topcoats are applied uniformly. Recovering the topcoat solution again further reduces the use of chemicals and waste treatment. After the topcoat is applied the centrifuge basket and parts can be placed in a temperature-controlled centrifuge drier. The drier can also tilt to reorient parts to uniformly dry the topcoat onto the parts, assuring a durable high-quality finish.

            After drying, the parts can be automatically emptied from the centrifuge basket and gently loaded into bins using special equipment. Gentle loading of the parts into the bins prevents damage to the parts and finish. Centrifuge baskets can then be stripped of the residual topcoat and returned to the line to be filled by either transferring parts from the plating barrel into the centrifuge basket or using a separate load system.

            It is possible to integrate the DSC dip spin tilt transfer hoist into an existing plating line or as part of a new line.

              PULZ Dip Spin Planetary Coating System

              The world’s first system that can coat 250 pounds of material with a change in position at an incredible 32g acceleration.   It does this thanks to a physical trick for which we have already registered patents. It is finally possible to achieve such a high throughput for coating small parts with hollow bodies. After a year and a half of tinkering, trying out and doing hundreds of attempts together, we actually made it.  And we are proud to bring this engineering masterpiece, which was created in cooperation with the EJOT® company, onto the market.