Unique properties of Impact Coatings’ INLINECOATER™ metallization have helped manufacturers of radome emblems achieve the low attenuation required, the metallic appearance, and tight quality control in complex production.
Impact Coatings has signed a service provider agreement with NET – Dalian Nuohao Lianheng Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. – to support coating system customers in China. NET will handle first-line support, maintenance, and distribution of consumables and spare parts.
A company overview and summary of the Annual Report 2019 from Impact Coatings is now available in English.
Impact Coatings and Hyundai Motor Company (“Hyundai”) have entered into a joint development agreement regarding cooperation in the development of coating technology for metal bipolar plates, a key component of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles.
In 2011, at the ICMCTF conference in San Diego CA, Impact Coatings presented the versatility of the INLINECOATER™ platform for decorative coatings. In the project presented an InlineCoater 300 was used to produce 250 unique depositions in one workday.
Will Wright is VP of Sales at Impact Coatings specializing in the hydrogen/fuel cell and automotive industries. We talked to Will at our Linköping HQ while he was on a quick break from traveling.
Lately we have expanded the possibilities for anybody interested in Impact Coatings and our coating solutions to follow and to connect with the company. This includes the new Insights section of our website, but we also have other options to get in touch and to receive updates.
We sat down with Petter Carlfjord, plastic industry expert and VP Sales at Impact Coatings, to talk about trends and production methods for metallized plastic components.
At FAKUMA 2014, Impact Coatings teamed up with two other companies to display a fully automated production cell with plastic injection molding and PVD metallization.
The Arena for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells is arranged on July 1-2, 2019 during the Almedalen Week. It is hosted by Hydrogen Sweden, in cooperation with Impact Coatings and fellow Swedish hydrogen and fuel cell industry colleagues.