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Original Hotcoat Powder Coating Gun is rated 3.9032 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from JUNK! From the day I pulled it out of the box, this gun has sprayed more powder out of the side of the cap than it does out of the nozzle. Somehow, my small parts still ended up with a decent finish. I didn't realize just how bad it was until I watched the youtube video posted on the product page. My gun has never sprayed powder anything like the one in the video! I was about to order the "rebuild kit", but fortunately read a review that the kit is just an assortment of fluidizing attachments and does not include the tubes shown in the picture. Nice try Eastwood! I'm going to order a higher end powdercoating system from elsewhere. I can't say it has been a pleasure doing business with you.
Date published: 2013-05-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It is Cheap product. Eastwood edorses this? This is the second gun in 6 months. The gun is all plastic and glued together. It comes apart after the first few uses. Hard to believe that Eastwood endorses this. I have bough from them for almost 20 years. But I guess having quality products has lost it way over the years. they seem to have become the Harbor Freight on line company. Know for CHEAP made in China products. please take a look at these products before you put your name on them. Surely since you have videos on this gun you have seen the short comings of this product. But yet you still sell it as an Eastwood product?
Date published: 2013-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome!! Bought this gun after being charged a $120 buckets to powder coat a few small items. Went and bought a cheap used kitchen oven. Powder coated my first few items for a 59 Ford I'm restoring. They came out amazing. The process is fast an almost fool proof. If you prep the part correctly and what I mean by that is remove all rust, paint and grease then the actual powder coating is simple with this gun. The powder is fairly cheap and goes along way. There is very little waste and practically to smell. Your only limited by what will fit in your oven. Highly recommend this gun if your are restoring something.
Date published: 2011-07-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from piece of junk Hi, I ordered this gun because it was inexpensive and thought that it could last me a year or so... The gun worked for 2 seconds before shutting down and never coming back. Eastwood made the exchange for another one witch costs me 12$ in shipping back. I actually had the chance to experiment with two brackets i made. Then on a third bracket, the gun wasn't working anymore. I m not even sure its still under warranty. Anyway i willl have to pay shipping again so don't waste your time on this product.
Date published: 2012-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing! I just used my powder coating gun for the first time and couldn't believe the results - totally awesome! After bead blasting and washing the parts, the actual powder application is simple and fun. I have an older kitchen range set up in my cellar and it has a digital readout for temperature and time. My spray "booth" is a large cardboard box with a hole cut in the top and an oven grate in place over the hole for hanging the parts. This has got to be one of the coolest, most fun tools I've ever bought and it will pay for itself in a very short time. I highly recommend it!
Date published: 2010-01-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't waste time and money I have coated several pieces for my baja 5b rc buggy and i can't get full coverage no matter what i do the gun seems to act like there is no ground (i would like to add that these pieces have been sand blasted then wire wheeled and de greased) so if you want to powder coat i highley recomend that you get the dual voltage gun
Date published: 2012-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Powder Coating Gun System I have been using the original powder coating gun system for nearly 2 years. It gives wonderful results and is extremely easy to use. I use a dedicated large size home stove oven for heating and curing. I have made a portable booth for applying the powder that keeps the "overspray" in check. I prepare the items to coat using my beadblaster primarily. The powder adheres tightly to the heated and grounded part during application and flowout/curing is quick with the oven. I highly recommend the system and I find the selection of powders to be adequate for my needs. The finish is extremely tough and is holding up well in antique and race car applications. The cleanup is very simple, just sweep up the excess powder.
Date published: 2009-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's a good product for the price. I started powder coating my wheels with the HF powder coat gun and it was going well enough until I dropped the control unit off the bench. It didn't work anymore and HF wouldn't honor their warranty because it was beyond the 90 days (Not by much) They offered to sell me another but you can guess what I told them. :) I got this gun and am amazed at the better results. It wastes less powder and I am getting better results now. I bought the original gun and wish I had bought the new dual voltage unit but then for my useage I think I'll do just fine.
Date published: 2015-03-28
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Can I use powders from other suppliers, or will only Eastwoods powders work for hotcoat?

Asked by: Rick72
No, you will be able to use other companies powders with our guns
Answered by: SeanA
Date published: 2015-04-17

Hello, What wattage in wattsthis device has (Original Hotcoat Powder Coating Gun No. 10198 Brand: Eastwood). How much would it cost into Czech Republic right. Thanks in advance for information. Best Regards

Asked by: meliv
Answered by: SeanA
Date published: 2015-02-02

Can you purchase replacement parts for the gun  example: tubes and the cap the hopper screws on to? 

Asked by: Wildman
We do carry replacement parts for the powder guns
Answered by: SeanA
Date published: 2014-12-10

what are the pros & cons of the two guns? [dual volt vs single volt]

Asked by: mnmike
The main advantage of the dual Voltage Powder Gun is going to be the ability to do more intricate parts. The single voltage gun works very well but the dual voltage gun will let you get more powder into tighter spaces more efficiently.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2014-11-21
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Original Hotcoat Powder Coating Gun

Item #10198 Brand: Eastwood

11,000-volt gun brings benefits of powder-coating to your home shop


The Original HotCoat Powder-Coating Gun brings the benefits of powder coating right to your home garage or shop This innovative, inexpensive powder-coat gun helps you do a professional-looking powder coating job right at home. All you need to add are a compressed air source (5-10psi) from a portable tank with a regulator or a compressor), a dedicated electric oven or toaster oven, and powder colors.
  • Coat and cure in under an hour!
  • Easy to apply
  • Extremely durable finish
  • Quick color changes
  • 11,000-volt output
  • Economical

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About Original Hotcoat Powder Coating Gun

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). Imported.


Original HotCoat Gun with power source, instructions, FREE powder color chip chart


10021ZP Metal-2-Metal Surface Filler
10078 High-Temp Silicone Plugs, 30 pcs.
10027 High-Temp Masking Tape
43045 Stainless Steel .041" Safety Wire
10128 HotCoat High-Performance Deflector


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.


(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.

Safety / Instructions

Use Disposable Dust Mask (22055) when handling or applying powder. Powder,like common flour, suspended in the air in high concentrations can be explosive. 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, like our SAS Bandit Respirator (11455 or 11456), cartridges when curing or inspecting flow out progress.

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