After the steel has been blasted, bathed in iron phosphate, and sealed with Dubois link technology Spectralink non-chrome sealant, surface areas are covered with LV260 epoxy primer at a thickness of approximately four to five wet mils.
The steel undercarriage, side rails, and all steel components are subjected to a thorough round of compressed air blasting 80 grit, which is recycled through the system.
The final finish is a polyurethane U-Tech 3.5 system, high solids, low VOC 2K paint. This polyester formulation provides high chemical resistance, flexibility, and toughness.
In the pre-primer surface washing, the exposed parts are washed between 180 and 200 degrees with Dubois Securestream FRP iron phosphate, rinsed, and then sealed with Spectralink sealer.
An infrared drying process is used, heating the metal and then curing the paint from the inside out.