Curing/Ovens

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Wisconsin Oven Corporation announced the shipment of a custom electrically heated spiral conveyor oven with cool down. The conveyor oven will be used to cure adhesive applied to exterior automotive mirrors. The conveyor needed to be designed to the customer’s specific dimensions to ensure all mirrors were cured evenly. To save on floor space and maximize the number of mirrors processed per cycle an innovative spiral conveyor design was utilized in both the heat up and cool down chambers.

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Before the internet age, to create a design concept for your equipment you had to rely on either your inhouse engineering knowledge or your vendor’s. Since the internet, we are drowning in opinions as well as information. Maybe it’s time to get back to the basics.

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A focus on customers and its employees’ abilities to respond to new opportunities has allowed this Indiana-based custom powder coater to thrive. The addition of a fourth powder coating line will allow them to continue to offer industry leading quality and delivery levels.

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This Oklahoma-based custom coater can finish parts up to 80-ft long. Find out what a leap of faith into the powder coating arena has done for the industries in mid-America when it comes to their super-size finishing needs.

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Corrosion is a fleet-eating problem on commercial trucks that costs the industry $4 billion annually. When the American Trucking Association called for improved corrosion protection in 2005, Accuride accepted the challenge and responded with the trucking industry's first powder coated steel wheel to come with a corrosion warranty.

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After your substrate has been powder coated, it must be cured. Is convection or infrared the way to go? What about electric or gas-fired? And how about those racks and hooks that need to be maintained. What type of burn-off oven is best? Whether you are looking for an oven to preheat, dry, cure or burn-off, we have rounded up a few of the suppliers in this Bonus Profiles section. Be sure to let them know you found them in Powder Coated Tough!

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What is influencing the course of powder coatings on unconventional substrates? From low-temperature UV powder coating to ultra-low bake powders to plasma treating for surface preparation, this article talks about what’s happening in this segment of the industry.

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Lately I have been asked by more than one party, “What future trends are in store for the powder coating industry?” It has been a while since someone wondered out loud what the future might hold for our fair technology. Let’s dust off the crystal ball and have a look.

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When a mobile blasting company saw so much of its product having to be outsourced to be finished, the owners decided to expand the operation, enter the powder coating finishing industry, and become a custom coater itself.</

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When it comes to metal fabrication, L&W Engineering in Middlebury, Ind., is said to be one of the best in the business. With humble beginnings in 1975, L&W has experienced significant growth in the past 40 years, now building quality parts for a multitude of unique customers and earning annual sales in the $40 million range. The company is able to assist customers in every stage of the process—from research and development (R&D) to packaging and delivery.

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