Cobalt S.C. as one of several companies in Poland is under constant supervision of the Paint Coating Inspector (international license number: 244) which guarantees correct process execution at every stage. Preparation of the substrate, its abrasive and chemical treatment before coating and coating itself is checked in a number of stages in accordance with ISO, EN and PN. Our well-equipped laboratory, appropriate selection of technologies as well as KAIZEN and 5S procedures cause that the final recipient, not only experiences high-quality service, also receives technology tailored to their needs and funds. The entire process takes place in one closed space of approximately 1,400 m2, while maintaining the full ergonomics of the cycle consisting of:
- Sciteex shot-blasting machine with automatic return phase and shot separator. The operating pressure range depending on the material being processed (brass, steel, aluminum, acid-proof steel, cast steel, cast iron) varies from 6 to 8.5 bar. We use only top-quality shots with a hardness of over 70 HRC and a constant basis weight of 30 microns, which allows us to maintain a quality class of Sa3.
- The automatic wash provides preparation and chemical treatment of the surface from black steel through galvanized steel, acid-resistant steel and aluminum (even with a large amount of silicon). The process includes surface degreasing, phosphatizing, etching, rinsing, DEMI rinsing, passivation and nanoceramics depending on the material and customer’s wishes. Control samples are stored in our laboratory and tested in our salt chambers.
- Coating booths with automatic feeding allow fast and economical painting of details, their maximum efficiency is about 100,000 m2 of coating surface per month, booths are supported by the H transport system allowing for high process ergonomics.
The company also has a maneuver area hardened and adapted for unloading trucks, with an area of approximately 4,000m2 (10 tons/m2) and two wide entry gates. The possibility of loading and unloading goods using a 10-ton crane.