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Eastwood Dual Voltage Powder Gun is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 74.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good smooth gun for the money I have read many derogatory reviews about leaking, missing parts etc. I picture the suburban MTD owner that expects the same performance of a $20,000 mower. This is my second "hobbyist" gun. The first was a single voltage with the hopper mounted above the gun. This gun sprays a much smoother and more consistent pattern (use your brain and a regulator!). The dual voltage seems to help with multi-coat/color projects. Great value; I seriously was considering buying a $700 gun to finish a project because I was so fed up with my old one, but am glad I gave this one a chance. I did mount a different switch however, to allow use of both hands.
Date published: 2015-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First time Powder Coater learning fast I've had my Eastwood, Dual Voltage Powder Coating Gun for about a week. I received a series of emails, from Eastwood, on "How to Powdercoat" that are great. Lots of good base info to help get started. I've powder coated a crankshaft pulley and an alternator bracket set, both for a Big Block Chevy Hotrod build. All the parts have turned out really nice in Gloss Black from Eastwood. I have several other colors and am very excited to use other colors. I'd like to make this a part-time business. Over all, I'm very happy with the gun, powders and free information fron Easrwood. I've been a regular customer for years. Thank you!
Date published: 2016-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Get this one. I bought the original gun first, but it leaked powder from the cap and returned it. Since I just got hooked on coating on my options to replace the gun were limited on a system due to my budget. I decided to buy the dual voltage Hotcoat gun. After the first use I was ecstatic the thing did not leak at all. I cannot believe how much better the dual voltage unit is over the original system. My only complaint and it is the same for the original, but the grounding clip is very wimpy. Do yourself a favor, buy this system instead of the original system. For the few extra dollars it costs, it is worth every penny.
Date published: 2011-05-08
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I need to put primer some first before I start painting?

Asked by: Anthony18
I need to put primer some first before I start painting
Answered by: Anthony18
Date published: 2017-11-16

Can you bake it in a gas oven, instead of an electric oven?

Asked by: Bob1951
For safety purposes we only recommend using an electric oven.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2017-11-13

Can you powder coat brass like brass fittings such as tee's etc.? If so, how do you prep it?

Asked by: 31Dodge
Anything that can withstand 400F can be powder coated. Prep would be the same for brass as any other metal. Just clean thoroughly with a degreaser.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2017-11-02

Why do I have to keep shaking the gun while spraying? Like I am running out of powder.

Asked by: Peak55
If your powder has a lot of moisture in it this can cause the powder to not want to fluidize as it should in the bottle.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2017-11-14

I am trying to paint a metal water bottle but having trouble with getting an even coat. The bottle has been thoroughly cleaned & dried but I still get large irregular patches in which the powder won't adhere. suggestions?

Asked by: Andy6833
This sounds like the Faraday cage effect. This can be caused by holding the tip of the powder gun to close to the part.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2017-10-23

Can we get a longer wire from the gun to the box?

Asked by: maudela
Unfortunately, we do not have any alternate options available. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Answered by: KHoffnagle
Date published: 2017-10-06

How many cfm does the air compressor need to supply for the gun to work correctly? I have a compressor I use for airbrush and was wondering if it would work.  Thanks in advance. 

Asked by: Av8er
.5 CFM. It can run off any small compressor.
Answered by: itsallgood
Date published: 2017-09-11

Hi,  so i had bought your original gun with single voltage. I had issues making a thick coat like I wanted. Is this dual voltage gun help me get a thicker layer of powder onto my part?  Or was i just doing something wrong with my original gun? 

Asked by: dYadlo
You can also HotCoat. Coat the part preheated to about 200 degrees.
Answered by: Chad from ManCrafting
Date published: 2017-09-24
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Eastwood Dual Voltage Powder Gun

Item #11676 Brand: Eastwood

2 voltage settings allow complete coverage--tight spots to large areas

In stock

Only $129.99

Sale $119.97



Dual-Voltage HotCoat Powder-Coating Gun gives you the most complete coverage from tight areas to large surfaces.

  • Extremely durable finish
  • Coat and cure in under an hour!
  • Easy to apply
  • Quick color changes
  • Economical
  • Versatility with 2 settings
  • Low 15,000-volt setting
  • High 25,000-volt setting for multi-coat coverage over larger areas
  • Increased powder adhesion
  • Minimal overspray

This innovative system will allow you to achieve the benefits of powder coating small parts instead of coating them with paint. The new Dual Voltage system gives you the capability to coat small areas using the Low 15kv setting. Or coat large areas using the High voltage setting 25kv. All you need is a compressed air source (5-10 PSI from a portable tank with a regulator or a compressor) and an electric oven or toaster oven.

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About Eastwood Dual Voltage Powder Gun

The Dual Voltage HotCoat gun is one of the best powder coating guns on the market today. 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 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 5-10psi compressed air source and dedicated electric oven (or toaster oven).


Includes the Dual-Voltage HotCoat Powder Coating Gun, dual-voltage power supply, activation switch, ground clamp and cable, and an empty 8-oz. bottle.


15635 Powder Coating Oven
31289 Pancake Compressor
11536 Powder Coating Accessory Kit
High Temperature Masking Tape
Eastwood Hotcoat Powders


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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.


One Year Manufacturer's Defect Warranty.

Designed, engineered and tested to Eastwood's specifications.


Eastwood Powder Coating Videos - CLICK HERE

(Q) How long does the baking process take?
(A) For improved flow out (less "orange peel"), bake coated parts at 500 degreesF until powder flows out (about 3-4 minutes for light sheet metal parts), then turn down the heat to 400 degreesF for a full 15 minutes.

(Q) What are the electrical requirements?
(A) This HotCoat Gun requires 110-125VAC, 2 amps at 50-60 Hz. Can be used with a voltage transformer such as 220-240VAC to 110-125VAC as long as the transformer can handle 2 amps.

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