Automotive Solutions™ Anti Tracking dielectric paint / coating is a non conductive or high insulation coating. These Dielectric coatings help prevent galvanic corrosion and, in many applications, thermal cycling is required, which exacerbates the corrosion problem. Thus, a unique coating to provide dielectric properties in combination with corrosion protection is an industry need.
To that end, a broad trend is emerging across many industries for relatively “thin” thermally-stable dielectric coatings that can be applied in an environmentally-friendly and economical way.
Dielectric strength (ASTM D149) of paint and other electrical coatings is measured when the paint is to serve as an insulator against electrical current.
Surface resistivity (ASTM D257) is used to ensure that paint conducts enough electricity to help dissipate and avoid static charge.
Advantages of Di-electric Paint / Coating
- Excellent Insulation
- Protects from Oxidization & weathering.
- Easier to clean than ribbed matting
- Moisture absorption
- Coating thickness can be varied from 100 microns to 1000 microns.
- Excellent Resistance to oil, acid & fumes.
- Cost effective
- Seamless/ monolithic makes it joint free.
- Di-electric properties of build up floor do not deteriorate as per ageing factor thus had a incomparable edge over rubber mating used in various places as di-electric material
- Can be installed over wood, metal and concrete
- Low or zero VOC.
- High Dielectric Value /mm
Applications of Di electric Paint / Coating
- switchboard rooms front
- X-ray plant rooms
- Bush Bar Ends
- Generator Lids
- machine control gear front
- AC plant rooms
- swtich yard equipment
- DSN Antenna
- Electric sub stations
- Transformers rooms
- In front of electrical panels
- flexible electronic substrates
- solar cell production
- In generator rooms
- In LT/HT labs
- Around bus bars, etc.