Item # 33273 BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood HotCoat 4X4X6 240 Volt Powder Coating Oven

The perfect Powder Coating Oven for a business or serious hobbyist who wants to cure wheels, ATV frames, rears, motorcycle parts and more!
The perfect Powder Coating Oven for a business or serious hobbyist who wants to cure wheels, ATV frames, rears, motorcycle parts and more!
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The perfect Powder Coating Oven for a business or serious hobbyist who wants to cure wheels, ATV frames, rears, motorcycle parts and more!
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Eastwood HotCoat 4X4X6 240 Volt Powder Coating Oven

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Eastwood HotCoat Powder Coating Oven

Start Your Business at a Great Price!

The Eastwood HotCoat 4X4X6 Powder Coating Oven is perfect for the professional Powder Coater or serious hobbyist looking for the best results. It features 3 heating elements that output 35,000 BTU’s of heat and can get the oven to 400°F in under 15 minutes! The included circulation fan ensures that the booth has no hot spots and the part will cure quickly and evenly. The oven features a full metal floor that also incorporates a rail system designed specifically to accept a powder coating rack. Designed to fit parts like Motorcycle Frames, Rear Ends, Transmission housings, ATV Frames, a set of wheels, bumpers, and more.

Exclusive Configuration with Digital Controls, Circulation Fan and Rack Track.

Anyone who is serious about powder coating knows the importance of getting to the curing temperature quickly and the importance of maintaining that temperature throughout the process. This Eastwood Powder Coating Oven will give you the results you want, whether it's for your business or as a hobby. Combine this with our Eastwood Powder Coating Booth or PCS-1000 for a turnkey business! We back each oven with a one year warranty and 100 percent customer satisfaction guarantee.

Powder Coating Oven Features

  • Operates on 240Vac, 60Hz, 39-Amp, 8,500 Watt, Single Phase
  • 3 Heating Elements for quick curing
  • 35,000 BTUs
  • Heats to 400°F in under 15 minutes!
  • Circulation fan ensures even curing and great results.
  • Powered by 240VAC
  • Full metal floor
  • Perfect for bike and ATV frames, rears, trans housings, wheels and more
  • Typically ships within 48 Hours!
  • Made In The USA
  • Compare to ovens at thousands more!
  • Start your business today!

 

Eastwood HotCoat Powder Coating Oven
Eastwood HotCoat Powder Coating Oven


Eastwood HotCoat Powder Coating Oven
Eastwood HotCoat Powder Coating Oven

Specifications


Heating Element Power Requirements = 240 Volt AC, 60Hz, 39-Amp, 9,360 Watt, Single Phase.

Fan Power Requirement = 120 Volt AC, 60Hz, 6Amp.

Interior Dimensions = 68-5/8” Tall x 40-1/2” Wide x 44 1/2” Deep (96 cubic feet).

Exterior Dimensions = 72-1/2” Tall x 58-1/8” Wide x 52-1/4” Deep (Including Appendages like Control Panel).

Accessories

Looking for a Pro Powder Booth to use with Your New Oven?

The Eastwood HotCoat 4X4X6 Powder Coating Booth is perfect for the professional powder coater or serious hobbyist. It features a 2600CFM fan and two stage HEPA Filtration System that eliminates the need for the booth to exhaust outside. It has LED lighting and features a full floor for easy cleanup, plus it operates on standard 120vac household current. It's designed to fit parts like Motorcycle Frames, Rear Ends, Transmission Housings, ATV Frames, a set of wheels, bumpers, and more. Click here for more information on the HotCoat 4x4x6 Powder Coating Booth

Eastwood HotCoat Powder Coating Booth
Eastwood HotCoat PCS-1000 Powder Coating Gun

Add the PCS-1000 Powder Coating Gun for Amazing Results!

The Eastwood Elite HotCoat PCS-1000 Powder Coating System is a true professional unit featuring a high volume, Gun-Controlled Hopper system, providing the best performance and value. It's a powerful and reliable powder application gun that easily adjusts, on-the-fly from 10-100KVs (10,000 to 100,000 volts) with a high voltage power supply designed for multiple coats and quick coverage on large objects.

The innovative Fogging Nozzle minimizes faraday cage effect areas and embeds powder into deep recesses. It includes a revolutionary 5 lb. Fluidizing Hopper with “venturi powder pump” that minimizes spitting and surging so you can focus on doing the best job, making it great for metallics, epoxy primers, clears, translucents, candies and more! Click here for more information on the HotCoat PCS-1000 Powder Coating Gun.

Instructions

The oven does not come with a plug connected to the wiring. A licensed electrician will have to complete the wiring.

Click here for product instructions


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Questions & Answers

What is the max temp of these ovens? We need an oven for an application requiring 550 degrees fahrenheit.

Asked by: James
This will heat up to 400F
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-07-15

what's the difference in the 120v vs the 240v if they both are rated at 3500btu and 2600cfm?

Asked by: brandobuilt
The 220v unit is an oven the 110v unit is just a spray booth.
Answered by: ZachC
Date published: 2021-06-07

do you have them in 4 ft wide 8 ft deep 6 ft tall

Asked by: Douglas
Unfortunately at this time we do not offer a 4' X 8' X 6' Powder Coating Oven.
Answered by: vince
Date published: 2021-07-24

Can you order it 208 3 phase On power on the oven

Asked by: Ryan1
It actually depends how you are asking to connect up to 208VAC, which is almost always 3-phase. Normal households operate on 240VAC Single phase where your L1 & L2 are 180 degrees out of phase. This provides for 240VAC measured between L1 & L2. A lot of commercial/industrial areas have 208VAC 3-phase, this just means you now have L1, L2, and L3 lines coming into your power distribution. If you wire between L1 & L2, or L1 & L3, or L2 & L3 your RMS value measured between any of two of those load lines will be 208. The reason it is 208VAC and not 240VAC is because the 3phase line voltages are 120 degrees out of phase from each other, unlike the 240VAC that is 180 degree between the two line voltages. Within this oven the only items you have running off of 208/220/240 are the 3 baking elements that are more than likely regular range oven elements, but have not been able to get any confirmation from Eastwood and two relays to control when 208/220/240 is connected. The PID controller for temperature, the fan blower motor, status/on LED’s, and relays solenoid are operated from 120VAC. Since we are not dealing with any inductive loads we don’t need to worry differentiating between single phase (240) and 3 phase (208) for this application. What we are connecting are two of the 3 phase line voltages to resistive loads (3 baking elements), each element measures about 18 ohms of resistance and will be drawing about 11.5A producing about 2400 watts. So multiplying this times 3 provides us with a total of 7200 watts when the elements are powered on. This means the ovens will provide about 20% less wattage (current draw) when connected up to 208VAC. Eastwood claims the oven will get up to operating temperature in around 15 minutes, when connected to 240VAC. I would think when connected to 208VAC your time would increase to around 20-30 minutes to come up to temperature. Even GE has on their support site has posted the following, “ELECTRIC WALL OVENS & RANGES - 240, 220, AND 208 VOLT ELECTRICAL SUPPLY Most cooking appliances are rated at 240 volt. The nominal voltage is 240 volt, but homes may have 208V, 220V, or 240V power supply. Any appliance that is rated for 240 volts and can also be used on a 220V or 208V outlet. “
Answered by: Carl A
Date published: 2021-02-14

When wiring this oven, does it need a neutral wire or can it have 2 hots and a ground?

Asked by: fish
The 4 wire circuit is needed to provide a neutral leg for the controls to operate properly. There are alternatives that a professional electrician may be able to recommend, but We highly recommend the use of a 4 wire circuit though.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-01-09

Do I need any kind of permits to have this equipment in my garage las Vegas nv

Asked by: Martipra
It is recommended that you contact your local building department to determine the ordinances pertaining to your request.
Answered by: vince
Date published: 2020-12-29

Can I use this unit at my house in my garage safely

Asked by: Jbird
This can be used safely in a garage.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2020-12-03

Is 400° as high as it will go? I need 500°

Asked by: Brannon
This oven will not reach 500F.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-07-02
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Eastwood HotCoat 4X4X6 240 Volt Powder Coating Oven
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