At Ferriot, we operate two multistation wet paint lines that can run around the clock. With two overhead conveyor systems — incorporating six paint booths — we apply multiple coats of paint, from primer to color to finished texture, including decorative designs and branding.
All paint booths are equipped with high-volume low-pressure (HVLP) paint application systems. Our process is by hand, not automation.
With multiple infrared, flash off and curing ovens, Ferriot offers inter-stage drying for painted parts. Our larger line handles components up to nine feet long.
The advantage of the Ferriot system: Cost and time savings as a result of continuous movement from one paint station to another, ending up with attractive finished products whether glossy or textured. At Ferriot, what goes onto the conveyor for its required coats of primer and/or finish paint, leaves the line ready for packing and shipping.
Ferriot’s painting capacity works well for high mix and high-volume jobs.
About Finishing Operations at Ferriot
At Ferriot, we deliver finished products and subassemblies on time to any location.
The advantage: Our customers avoid the hassle of dealing with multiple suppliers of parts and pieces. Instead, they receive just the finished assemblies they need — whether simple or complex — meeting their manufacturing needs and their delivery deadlines.
The versatility of our skilled workforce differentiates Ferriot. Our workers cross train for multiple jobs, allowing us to balance work flow for maximum efficiency. Workers routinely shift from assembly lines to paint stations, for example. With factory workers averaging more than 20 years of experience each, our talent pool covers a full range of core competencies:
- Finished painting
- EMI/RFI shielding applications
- Cosmetic coatings
- Ultrasonic welding
- Hot stamping
- Heat staking
- Pad printing
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Ferriot at a glance:Ferriot Inc. is a full‐service contract manufacturer and molder of engineered resins. Our production capacity, engineering support, and production capabilities include:
- A history of quality and commitment since 1929
- 200,000 square‐foot facility
- round-the-clock operations
- dedicated engineering team
- more than 150 varieties of resins in stock
- global network of suppliers
- auditors to validate quality in real‐time production
- product identification numbers traceable by lot
- injection molding machines from 40 to 2,200 tons
- reconfigurable work cells for final assembly
- paint booths
- sonic welders
- automatic and manual heat stakers
- hot stamping equipment
- 2‐ and 4-color pad printers
- EMI/RFI shielding