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2' x 3' Medium Wave Curing Lamp is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heats up fast, covers large area. I bought this because I am an avid painting hobbyist. I paint car parts and motorcycles in my free time. I wanted something other than a heat gun to cure paint properly and this seemed like a great bargain. I am glad I bought it, because it works great and covers a good amount of real estate. I even used it to cure my spray paint job on my '72 C10, as seen in the photo. If you're on the edge, BUY IT! :D
Date published: 2015-01-05
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One answer says this cures powder coat and one answer says strictly paint? Will it cure powder coating? Thank you

Asked by: Kore
It is for paint only. It will not reach temps needed for powder coating.
Answered by: SeanA
Date published: 2015-03-20

can I fully power coating all my car, Jetta VW 2010, 1 spot at the time, and cured using this heat lamp? IF YES, Do you think the heat of lamp might damage the electronics inside my car? I am on a budget, do not want 2 spend 2 much money on this project.

Asked by: navy
powder coating an entire vehicle is technically possible but it will be extremely time consuming and difficult to do correctly. It will be nearly impossible to do with heat lamps. I'd recommend automotive paint for your car, both for cost effectiveness and for better results overall.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2015-01-05

Two questions, How long is cure time under lamp? And can it cure item bigger than 3'x2'?

Asked by: Jonathan D
Cure time for powder coated parts will vary based on the size of the part you're working on, distance of the lamp from the surface, ambient temps, and other variables. The most important thing is surface temperature. You'll want to use an infrared thermometer (EW item # 11476 or 11477) in order to measure the surface temp of the item you're curing. Once one area cures you can then move the lamp to the next area that needs to be cured.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2014-10-07

Can this lamp be used to cure powder coat paint?

Asked by: 95lude
No, strictly paint
Answered by: SeanA
Date published: 2015-01-12

I am painting a fender in my garage. The temperature is around 65 degrees. The instructions with my paint suggest 140 degrees for 40 minutes. How can you control the heat with something like this? What prevents overheating of the object being cured?

Asked by: Marob1950
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2' x 3' Medium Wave Paint Curing Lamp

Item #12054 Brand: Infratech

2'x3'-coverage infrared lamp for curing small painted parts; includes stand
Heavyweight- Special shipping charges may apply.


Infrared Paint Curing Lamp can cure small area repairs 1500 watts of infrared curing power over a 2' x 3' coverage area makes this lamp ideal for small area paint repairs or a home shop paint job.
  • Infrared lamp and 6' stand set-up in minutes
  • Use in shop or garage
  • 36"-long bulb

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About 2' x 3' Medium Wave Paint Curing Lamp

Infrared Paint Cure Lamp will cure everything from small painted parts to limited area paint repairs. Cures a 2' x 3' area at one time; simply move along the piece until complete. Heavy-duty stand adjusts to over 6' tall for curing hoods and roof lines. Parabolic reflector creates uniform heat distribution among all surfaces, and the energy-efficient fixture operates for only pennies per hour.

Unit is rated at 1500 watts, and requires a 120vAC, 12.5-amp circuit. UL-listed.


Infrared Lamp
6' Metal Stand


12054A 36" Replacement Element for 12054


Follow manufacturer's safety instructions

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