Over the last few years we've seen the DIY community go away from painting and turn to powder coating, for good reason: It offers a stronger finish and better color than paint, and applies without the emission of all the toxic chemicals of paint. Eastwood saw the benefits back in the '90s, and in '97 started offering an economical powder-coating system for home restoration enthusiasts and DIYers.
Eastwood is a trendsetter. Among our more than 4,000 products are powder coating supplies and tools to help you do the job right, no matter what that job is.
Powder coating relies heavily on quality tools, including the curing phase at the end. You'll need a good powder coating oven to ensure that coat cures properly and provides the chip-resistant, super-strong finish you are seeking. From ovens for smaller parts to lamps that help cure bigger jobs, and all the supplies you'll need, we offer high-quality options that come with our 100 percent customer satisfaction guarantee.
Powder Coating Heat Cure Solutions
In order to get the smoothest and most durable finish for your powder coating project, you will need to heat cure parts right after you're done applying powders. With the right equipment, your parts can properly cure and gel in less than an hour to achieve their full chip and chemical resistance. With Eastwood HotCoat® heat curing equipment, you'll have everything at your disposal to complete your next job in any shop
Powder Coating Ovens
Ovens are the tried-and-true way of generating the heat needed for a good cure. Ditch the kitchen range oven for an Eastwood powder coating oven that will quickly get up to temperature. A small powder coat oven is the right size for resistors, covers, springs and other small- or medium-size items. These ovens fit nicely on a bench top or in a shop corner.
Infrared Curing Lamp Systems
For those who don't have the shop space or the budget to get a giant oven, an infrared powder coat lamp is an efficient solution. Aim these adjustable lamps right at a part and the infrared light will stimulate the curing process with no heat necessary. We have small curing lamps and stands for housings, larger 6,000-watt lamps for parts such as wheels and dual-lamp powder coating systems for the biggest tasks.
When using a powder coating oven, the entire part needs to reach and maintain a 400-degree temperature for a certain amount of time. An IR thermometer allows you to check if the part has achieved this temperature with actually having to touch it. Aim one of our full-size or pocket non-contact thermometers at different sections and get an instant temperature reading. Make sure to immediately close the oven door afterward to minimize heat escape.
Keep the Heat on at Eastwood
Finish the job that our other HotCoat equipment started by using Eastwood powder coat curing supplies for better and longer-lasting color.
What kind of things do you want to powder coat? Contact us by phone or email, and one of our experts will help you figure out the best solution for your shop. We'll point you toward the best powder coating oven solution, and help you get your project ready for the road.