Curing/Ovens

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Some things just go together. Abbott and Costello, peanut butter and chocolate. In the finishing industry, the same can be said about zinc plating and powder coating.

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When products are used outdoors in all 50 states, Canada, Central America and the Caribbean, it’s important that they be powder coated tough&mda...

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Powder coating wood substrates is nothing new. Specifically, powder coatings have been applied to medium density fiberboard (MDF) since the late 1990s...

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To offer its customers the most complete range of integrated metal working processes, this New York-based custom sheet metal fabricator either brought...

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Business on the powder side of Spectrum Metal Finishing’s coating line has been growing over the years. In 1993 when the shop first opened, the ...

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When you want to maximize your use of shop space and still accommodate a variety of production runs, batch ovens will provide the best solution. Designed for versatility and variability, batch ovens are well suited for production applications that vary in shape, size and volume. 

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  Outgassing describes the phenomena of entrapped gasses being released through a powder coating during the cure process. When this gas passes...

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When this automated parking garage maker needed a green, robust fifinish for its modular, steel construction frame, they chose powder coating to get the job done. By Sharon Spielman

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What began as a small body shop in the late 1970s is now a 40,000 square-foot metal fabricating and powder coating business that caters to, among o...

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Powder coatings are used to protect and beautify.  Formulators by their nature us mainly on film performance and durability.  It must  be part of their chemistry training.  However, the first thing the customer sees is the appearance of the product.  If the color does not meet a customer's expectations because of inconsistency of variation, then finishing operation has failed.  This article offers an overview on color control and how to troubleshoot variations.

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