The ECM Process
ECM coatings are achieved through a state-of-the-art process that involves the following steps:
The surface of the railing material is thoroughly cleaned and prepared to ensure optimal adhesion of the ECM coating.
The prepared railing sections are carefully loaded into a vacuum chamber, where the ECM process will take place.
The chamber is sealed, and a highly controlled vacuum environment is created. The chosen metal or alloy is heated until it vaporizes, forming a cloud of atoms or molecules.
The vaporized metal condenses onto the railing sections, bonding at the atomic level. This results in a thin, uniform coating that adheres tightly to the surface.
After the deposition process, the railings undergo thorough quality checks to ensure consistent adhesion and finish quality. Any necessary touch-ups or additional coatings are applied, and the railings are inspected for quality assurance.