Electrodeposition

In the automotive industry, the electrodeposition process is the standard for applying primer coatings. It is also widely used for coating office furniture and appliances.

Dow Oxygenated Solvents are a critical component of an electrodeposition system and play two roles:

  • Active solvent for the resins in the resin cook
  • Coalescing aid to enhance proper film formation during coating cure
pdf icon 2-Ethylhexanol (25 KB PDF)
pdf icon 2-Methyl Butanol (18 KB PDF)
pdf icon Butyl CARBITOL** (31 KB PDF)
pdf icon Butyl CELLOSOLVE** (31 KB PDF)
pdf icon Diisobutyl Carbinol (18 KB PDF)
pdf icon Diisobutyl Ketone (22 KB PDF)
pdf icon DOWANOL* PPh – English (33 KB PDF)
pdf icon DOWANOL PPh – Deutsch (899 KB PDF)
pdf icon ECOSOFT** Solvent IK (18 KB PDF)
pdf icon Hexyl CARBITOL (34 KB PDF)
pdf icon Hexyl CELLOSOLVE Solvent (22 KB PDF)
pdf icon Isobutanol (18 KB PDF)
pdf icon Isobutyl Acetate (21 KB PDF)
pdf icon Isopropanol (19 KB PDF)
pdf icon Methyl Isobutyl Carbinol (18 KB PDF)
pdf icon Methyl Isobutyl Ketone (22 KB PDF)
pdf icon n-Butanol (18 KB PDF)
pdf icon n-Butyl Acetate (63 KB PDF)
pdf icon n-Pentanol (18 KB PDF)
pdf icon n-Propanol (19 KB PDF)
pdf icon Primary Amyl Acetate Mixed Isomers (63 KB PDF)
pdf icon Primary Amyl Alcohol Mixed Isomers (18 KB PDF)
pdf icon UCAR* Ester EEP (23 KB PDF)
pdf icon UCAR n-Butyl Propionate (62 KB PDF)
pdf icon UCAR n-Pentyl Propionate (61 KB PDF)
pdf icon UCAR n-Propyl Propionate (66 KB PDF)


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