|Electrostatically charged powder will adhere to a grounded metal part. The part is then heated to 350° - 400°F and the powder melts and "flows out" forming a durable finish upon cooling. Just follow the easy 3 step process.|
|Pressure blasting is the solution when parts are too big to fit into a cabinet and need to be abrasive blasted. Shown here is the model 110 (#22011).|
Remove any heat sensitive components such as gaskets, rubber bushings, etc.
Part preparation is similar to that of conventional coatings:
Remove all coatings, rust, dirt and grease from part abrasive & blasting and/or chemical stripping is commonly used
Degrease thoroughly until dry.
Mask part where needed using specialty high temperature plugs, masking tape or aluminum foil.
|The combination of the HotCoat Pro Powder Coating Gun (#58100), and the 1600 Reclaim Spray Booth (#58127) makes applying powder extremely fast. Coat the part in minutes, and the recycle the unused powder.|
fill the gun cup 1/3 full - plug into electric and air service, ground part,
turn the spray booth on, and start spraying. You'll be finished in
Typically only one coat is necessary.
The HotCoat Pro Model 1100 applies most types of powders consistently, and quicker with average film builds of 2-3 mils.
Minimal operator training required for professional results.
No runs, drips or sags - problems usually found with liquid coatings
Environmentally Friendly - no solvents or hazardous material disposal problems.
Easy clean up - overspray can be swept up, application gun is cleaned using compressed air.
Minimal safety issues.
|Our expandable Model 446 Walk-In Oven (#11813) offers the opportunity to grow your powder coating operation in the future. Just bolt on the additional module and double the capacity!|
parts cure in as quickly as 15-20 minutes at 300°-400°F.