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1. The first step in coating your product is to protect the areas of the part that do not require any coating. This is accomplished with a technique called masking. Masking can also include inserting rubber plugs into the threads of holes that need to be free of coating. To fix voids or imperfections in the parts, B and J Coating also offers sanding and body filler services.



An employee sanding off imperfections on a part to ensure a good coating.



B and J Coating employees masking parts.


Rubber Plugs

Gray rubber plugs are applied to threads that don't require any coating.


3. After masking, the parts are ready for hanging and scheduled for the spray booth.


Ready for Painting

Parts are hung and ready for the coating.


4. Parts are then moved into the spray booth for coating. Parts may require one more more operations. For example, a plastic part may require EMI shielding and painting.


Spray Booth

Parts are moved to the spray booth.


5. Finally coating is applied to the parts and are left hung to dry.



A coating is applied to the part.



A B & J Coating employee uses an HVLP spray gun to apply a coating.


Finished and Unfinished Parts

An unfinished rack in front of a finished rack.


Finished Part

The finished product.