2 Hot Coat Gun Kit
Item #13932 Brand: Eastwood
- Coat and cure in under an hour!
- Easy to apply
- Extremely durable finish
- Quick color changes
- SAVE over individual prices!
About 2 Hot Coat Gun Kit
With the Dual-Voltage HotCoat gun, you can powder coat interiors and hard-to-reach corners using the low 15,000-volt setting, or switch to the high 25,000-volt setting for multi-coat coverage over larger areas with increased powder adhesion and minimal overspray. The Original HotCoat Gun uses a single 11,000-volt setting.
Why powder coat? Because it gives you one of the most economical, color-durable, and longest-lasting finishes available. You'll find powder-coated surfaces are far more resistant to chipping, scratches, fading, and wear than other finishes, and the color selection is virtually unlimited, with high and low gloss, metallic, and clear finishes available. And thanks to the UV resistance of many of the powders, colors stay bright and vibrant longer. Texture selections range from smooth surfaces to a wrinkled or matte finish, plus rough textures designed for hiding surface imperfections.
One 8-oz. bottle of HotCoat® Powder (not included) covers the same area as 2-3 cans of spray paint, and clean-up is easy, since you can simply sweep-up the oversprayed powder. Contains no environmentally harmful solvents. HotCoat powder coating requires a 5-10 psi compressed air source and dedicated electric oven (or toaster oven). Imported.
Power unit supplies over 9000v DC at 15 micro amps. Plugs into grounded 110-120v AC outlet. Gun requires as little as 0.5 cfm at 5-10 psi. The 50061 Eastwood Air Brush Compressor works well. Fill cup no more than 1/4 to 1/3 full, and wave the nozzle in a circular motion about 4-6" from the surface best results. Do not apply powder into a small boxed area.
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(Q) How long does the baking process take?
(A) For improved flow out (less "orange peel"), bake coated parts at 500 degrees F until powder flows out (about 3-4 minutes for light sheet metal parts), then turn down the heat to 400 degrees F for a full 15 minutes.
(Q) How can I improve transfer efficiency?
(A) The 10128 HotCoat High-Performance Deflector greatly improves transfer efficiency. Use the Standard Deflector for getting powder in recessed areas.
(Q) What are the electrical requirements?
(A) Each of the guns plugs into a grounded 110-120vAC outlet. The Dual-Voltage HotCoat Gun requires 110-125vAC at 0.25-amp, 60 Hz.
Use a disposable dust mask when handling or applying powder. Powder, like common flour, can be explosive when suspended in the air in high concentrations. To minimize any explosion risk, sweep up—do not vacuum—powder from the floor. Cure powder in a well-ventilated area. The urethane powders we sell liberate a very minute amount of isocyanates when the powder flows out. This usually occurs about 3-5 minutes after the part is placed in the oven to bake. Wear a respirator with fresh filter cartridges when curing or inspecting flow-out progress.