Why powder coat?
01/11/2012 15:40 (GMT+7)
Powder coating is the fastest growing industrial finishing method in North America representing 15% of the total market and growing at 20%. Powder coating today can be found on millions of items. The advantages of powder coating are:
What is Powder Coating?
01/11/2012 15:03 (GMT+7)
Powder coating is an advanced method of applying a decorative and protective finish to any metal parts that are used by both industries and private consumers. The powder used for this process is a mixture of finely ground particles of pigment and resin that is electrostatically sprayed onto the surface to be coated. The charged powder particles adhere to the electrically grounded surface until heated and fused into a smooth coating in a curing oven. The result is a uniform, durable, high quality and attractive finish. Powder coating is one of the fastest growing finishing technologies in North America.
Metallic Bonding Technolog
28/12/2012 17:29 (GMT+7)
DEFINITION OF BONDING   TECHNOLOGY: Bonding technology consists of dry blending and thermal treatment. Add the basic powder coating ingredients into the high speed mixer with temperature controlled jacket. The basic mix is heated by friction to a temperature just slightly below the glass transition temperature (Tg) of the resin. With nitrogen inerting protection and high speed mixing, the metal pigments are now added. After metal pigments are completely adhered to softened powder coating particles, the bonder jacket will be cooled down and the material is ready to be discharged.
What can be powder coated?
01/11/2012 15:27 (GMT+7)
Any metal part can be powder coated. However, powder coating has some limitations such as excessive heat and high powder cure temperatures. The rule of thumb on powder coating an automotive exhaust part is, anywhere a chrome pipe "blues" or discolors from high heat is too hot for powder coating. Another limitation is powder coating parts that contain lead solder such as radiators, heater cores, metal gas tanks, etc. The powder cure temperature is high enough to cause lead solder to soften and sometimes start to melt.
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