PVC coatings can be applied to most kinds of metals. The base metal is heated to 200 degrees and then dipped into room temperature PVC sol and immersed until the coating reaches the designated thickness (ordinarily 1±0.2 mm). It is then heated again to gel the coating and the coated product is removed after it is cooled and the coating solidifies. The Aiko Group has been exclusively producing and supplying automotive metal insulating clamps for 48 years. We operate an integrated manufacturing system that includes all steps from press mold design and production to metal pressing, plating, and coating. With a monthly production capacity of 30 million units, we provide a global supply of products to automobile production markets mainly in Japan and China, but also to other countries around the world.
We also utilize PVC sol coatings for a broad range of other parts including various valve handles, architectural piping brackets, and U-bolts. Aiko Clamp (Dalian) is the only manufacturer capable of fully integrated production that begins from the base metal material. With our 18 years of successful production and supply in Dalian and Yanbian, China, we are certain that we can fully meet the expectations of all customers.
Dip coating is a process which applies the desired resin coating to the target material (generally metal products) for purposes including insulation, protection, and appearance. It is used to create a single part in which the coated material and coating resin are bonded together.
1.Clamps for bundling, connecting, and fixing wire harnesses (in automobiles, industrial equipment, and other machinery)
2.Various types of tool grips