East Midlands Coatings: Electrophoretic Coating Services (E-coating)

East Midlands Coatings (EMC) is a premier E-Coat supplier. Known by various names including Electrophoretic Coating, EP Coat, EDP Coating, Electro-painting and KTL, E-Coat is an innovative coating technique that harnesses the power of electricity to provide a uniform, durable coating on components.

This unique process, working on the principle that “opposites attract,” is leveraged extensively across various industries, with a prime focus on the automotive sector due to its precise thickness controllability.

Unmatched Protection with Excellube® EC10 E-Coat

At East Midlands Coatings, we’re more than just electrophoretic coating suppliers. We’re industry leaders in providing transformative industrial coating solutions. At the heart of our services is our bespoke E-Coat, Excellube® EC10, which has revolutionised protective coating across various industries.

Exceptional Benefits of Excellube® EC10

Excellube EC10 E-Coat, known for its exceptional resistance to corrosion and low friction performance, boasts a series of notable advantages:

Superior Corrosion Resistance: Excellube EC10 provides a protective barrier that significantly extends the life of your components, ensuring they perform optimally even in the most challenging environments.

Unrivalled Low-Friction Performance: Our E-Coat solution is designed with efficiency in mind, reducing friction and contributing to improved functionality in automotive applications, from fuel economy to general performance.

100% Coverage: Our automated E-Coat process ensures full coverage on intricate components, guaranteeing uniform thickness and optimal protection for every component.

Adaptable Solution: Excellube EC10’s versatility allows it to function as a primer for multiple top coat systems or as a standalone single coat system, offering flexibility to fit your specific needs.

Cosmetic Enhancement: With its glossy black finish, Excellube EC10 enhances not just the performance, but also the visual appeal of your components.

Metal Compatibility: Excellube EC10’s E-Coat process can be applied to an array of metals, including aluminium, steel, stainless steel, and brass, demonstrating its wide applicability across industries.

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Industrial E-Coatings: Excellube® EC10 for Every Industry

Whether you operate in the automotive sector, construction, food and drink, OR oil and gas, Excellube® EC10 delivers consistency, durability, and superior performance, making it the ideal coating solution for your business. With the ability to resist corrosion, provide a uniform coat, and adapt to multiple metal types, Excellube® EC10’s E-Coat process offers a competitive edge that can propel your business to new heights of efficiency and productivity.

Reliable Quality and Expertise

Our reputation for excellence at East Midlands Coatings is firmly rooted in our E-Coat service. Our years of experience combined with our rigorous quality control processes ensure that we provide coatings that consistently surpass expectations. As leading electrophoretic coating suppliers, we understand and cater to your industry’s unique needs, delivering reliable, bespoke solutions that genuinely make a difference.

Get in Touch

Get in touch with us today to learn more about how Excellube® EC10 can elevate your


How Long Does Electrophoretic Coating Last?
With proper application, our e-coat, Excellube EC10, can last for many years. The coating’s lifespan ultimately depends on the environment that the parts are exposed to, but Excellube EC10 has been extensively tested in a variety of environments and has consistently demonstrated excellent durability.
Can You Paint Over E-Coat?
Yes, our e-coat, Excellube EC10, can serve as a primer to a multitude of topcoats. It provides full coverage and full protection of parts from corrosion, while the topcoat enhances this on the visual areas of the part.
What's the Difference Between E-Coat and Powder Coat?
The primary difference lies in the thickness and application process. E-coat is an automated immersion process that provides uniform dry film thickness, making it ideal for intricate, threaded components.
How Thick is E-Coating?
Our e-coat finish, Excellube EC10, typically ranges from 10-25µm. Uniform thickness is always guaranteed, making it an excellent choice for threaded components or parts with limited thickness tolerances.
Where is Electrophoretic Coating Used?
E-coating is used in many industries that utilise metals subject to rust. Excellube EC10 is ideal for small, intricate parts where tolerances may be tight and full coverage is required.




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