Yes, our plant does not accept Hazard Class 5 & 6 chemicals.
Yes, we prefer that you be on site. We will operate all machinery, but we ask the customers for sample evaluation (visual inspection, thickness measurement, etc.). The issues can be resolved quickly if the custom can be onsite to give immediate feedback, which will help you reduce your time and cost.
Yes. In principle, all materials, including the substrate and chemicals must be procured and sent to our facility prior to the trial. For very common solvents and films, however, we can prepare them and bill them to you later.
Yes, we have some mixing equipment onsite. We have propeller type mixer, dispersion mixer, jar mill, etc. Please contact us for more details.
Yes. We can do corona treatment.
Use this online substrate/web calculator: https://www.ns-slitter.co.jp/en/technology/calc
Yes. MIRWEC Coating is staffed with extremely experienced coating engineers and operators who can support you from the beginning until the end. We will analyze your project, plan out the most efficient and cost-effective custom process for you, and handle all operations of the coating machine. We will also summarize the test result, list issues and offer suggestions for improvement.
Yes. Our smallest coating machine can be operated with as little as 40mL of solution with MICROGRAVURE™. For a short substrate, we can splice it onto a longer lead film and thread it through the machine.
Using multiple size coating machines, we can apply wet coating onto various types of substrate such as plastic film, metal foil, paper and nonwovens. Our service is suitable for product development, sample production, small-scale production, and contract trials and productions.
Mainly, there are two methods of coating: “dry coating”, which is spattering and vapor deposition, and “wet coating”, which is depositing liquid solutions or slurries onto substrate. At MIRWEC Coating, we offer the MICROGRAUVRE™ coating method, which is one of the highest precision coating technologies; slot die coating method, which is the most utilized coating methods in the US; as well as knife/ comma coating method, suitable for thicker depositions.