With so many RV manufacturers out there, how do you narrow down the right manufacturer and then the RV that is right for you? An important question to understand is what kind of company stands behind your RV. Winnebago Industries was incorporated in 1958 and since that time has been a leader in the RV industry. With a focus on Quality and Innovation Winnebago’s Customer centric approach is one that continues to make it a leader in the RV industry.
One of the many Innovations from Winnebago is the Winnebago Electrocoating (E-Coat) process.
Winnebago utilizes extensive amounts of steel in the manufacturing of their motorhomes for strength and durability. It is important to protect the steel against corrosion using an electrocoating or e-coating process. This system is unique to Winnebago and keeps Winnebago best-in-class in quality.
The E-coat Process cycles parts and assemblies through a 10-stage, full-immersion system. The E-Coat system is similar to that used by automotive companies and helps protect against corrosion.
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Winnebago’s e-coating process provides Winnebago Motorhome owners a quality advantage and extends the life of their motorhomes. Winnebago E-Coat Process is just one of the many reasons why Winnebago is the Motorhome manufacturer of choice for many RVers.
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