Cataphoresis, also called electrophoresis deposition(cationic electrophoresis), is a surface treatment that consists of electrochemically depositing an epoxy-type coating on a metal part (steel, cast iron, aluminium, magnesium, etc.)


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Cataphoresis Specifications

Features Info
Material Aluminum, Zinc 
Colors n/a
Texture Smooth
Applications Parts requiring thinner coatings


Cataphoresis Considerations


1.When locating, or working around or near an electrophoresis unit, avoid unintentional grounding points and conductors (e.g., sinks and other water sources, metal plates, aluminum foil, jewelry, pipes, or other metal equipment). If a darkened box is needed for light sensitive work, a black photographer’s cloth will work as long as it does not come in contact with the buffer. Non-conducting benches (wood or plastic) and floors (and/or rubber mats) are recommended.
2.Always think and look before touching any part of the apparatus. A thin film of moisture can act as a good conductor of electricity.
3.Some power supplies produce high voltage surges when they are first turned on, even if the voltage is set to zero. Do not ignore safety rules just because the voltage is low. 4. in load, equipment failure, or power surges could raise the voltage at anytime.
5.Do not touch any cooling apparatus connected to a gel. The current can be conducted through the tubing.
6.Do not run electrophoresis equipment while unattended.
7.If electrophoresis buffer is spilled or leaks from the gel box, stop the run and clean up the bench top immediately.
8.Post “Danger—High Voltage” warning signs on the power supply and buffer tanks.



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