Do not focus the light on combustible materials. Do not operate the light unless it is securely attached to the supplied stand.
Rated 3 out of
A fair value for the priceThe product arrived drop-shipped from the manufacture in an inadequate carton that UPS mangled. In the process a heating element was damaged. Eastwood does not service this product, nor are the replacement elements shown on the web site available. Was handed to the manufacturer to deal with the damage replacement by myself. After getting that sorted, I got it up and running. Heats as designed, and cures parts as described, with a little fussing around (expected). Am not impressed with the construction of the light. The head is never straight, as the alignment feature in the hinge is not square. The hinge pivot will not lock to hold the fixture head vertical in any orientation, always sags (going to re-make that for myself to get that solved). Overall.. its a fair deal in general, but not something I would consider a commercial level product by any measure. A little disappointing,
Technically yes this could work for the application in reference.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2021-05-02
Would you really try to use this on a whole frame of a 1955 Chev Pickup Truck, & Get it to Look Like it was done in a Large Oven, doing in sections will it burn the section already done ? Or re~melt what you already done, what damage will it do ? Would
Asked by: Northernmialien
The Eastwood Infrared Curing Lamp 6000(10680A) would not be the best tool to powder coat the entire frame of your truck. It would work well to do sectional repairs on powder coated frames. It is designed to do curing on larger parts such as motor cycle frames, suspension components, differentials and things of that size.