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coating application technologies Often, manufacturers need to apply a coating before their product is ready for the market. But the costs and required expertise for proper coating can be daunting. Luckily, Conversion Technologies International is a partner that can help. CTI has a wide range of coating application technologies that can cover virtually any product. From hot -melt and water-based adhesives to general coatings, they know how to get the job done. Even better, they can handle the types of jobs other companies can’t, such as powder coating.

The Experts in Coating Application Technologies

CTI has an extensive inventory of equipment and material to handle whatever you need. They use a specialized process for all jobs that allows them to utilize and process a wide range of materials. Check out just a few of the materials they deal with regularly:

  • Acrylic
  • Latex
  • Acetate
  • Neoprene
  • Silicone
  • Urethane
  • & many more!

CTI also has the ability to process many different classes of coatings. From hot-melts to water-based thermoplastic to water-repellent or fire-retardant, they can handle it. Their facility includes hot air drying and room temperature curing to handle all adhesive processes. CTI can even accommodate larger projects, with widths up to 120 inches and rolls up to 2,000 pounds. Whatever challenge you have, they know how to solve it.

Proven Track Record in the Energy Industry

The more traditional manufacturing industries typically use adhesive coatings. But, thanks to CTI’s coating application technologies, customers in emerging industries also benefit. For example, recently, a company that needed a light adhesive coating approached CTI. It was for an open, very lightweight, fiberglass material used in the wind and energy industry.

CTI started by collaborating with the client to thoroughly understand the needs of the project. Then, the experts at CTI were able to produce several variations for testing. Therefore, this allowed the client to determine which product would work best for their needs. Once this was determined, CTI began production of the product at a yearly volume of 3 million feet. The rolls for the coating were all 24 inches in diameter but varied in width. Thanks to CTI, the client is able to offer an improved product.

Perfect for Roofing Underlayment

CTI’s technologies are also perfect for commercial roofing manufacturers. Recently, a well-known roofing company needed to create a peel-and-stick product for industrial buildings. The client asked CTI to help develop the product before coating. CTI was able to help develop and refine the product before a full production run began. As such, the client was able to introduce the product to the market and test viability without investing in coating equipment. Using their equipment for 3’ and 6’ wide materials, CTI was able to produce and refine the product based on feedback. As a result, CTI now has expanded capabilities of 12-foot wide coating, which is the industry standard.

Cutting Edge Research and Development

As shown above, CTI prides itself on being a partner for their customers. That’s why they collaborate with clients to fine-tune products. Additionally, CTI offers a state-of-the-art research and development facility for testing materials and techniques. As such, no job is so unique or challenging that they can’t solve it during this testing phase. In fact, CTI’s experts will help you make any necessary improvements to complete the product design process.

Essentially, this process lets customers evaluate and test products and their markets before committing to full production. CTI’s technicians can even help with the final steps of the design phase. Today, these types of services are very rare. But, it’s one of the many ways that CTI helps their customers succeed.

So, give them a call today at 419-924-5566 to see how they can help you. Why invest in complex, expensive machinery? CTI has state-of-the-art equipment and the dedicated manpower to handle your most complicated manufacturing processes.