Spotlight Profiles: Ovens (March/April 2017)
Posted on Friday, April 21, 2017
By: Sharon Spielman
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!
Pollution Control Products Co. was founded
in 1971 shortly after the enactment of the Clean
Air Act of 1970. Their mission: to build and
market pollution-free industrial cleaning furnaces.
Today they are the world leader with over 8,000
installations worldwide. Fully automatic and
self-adjusting, they are designed to safely remove
varnish, paints, epoxies, powder coatings and other
combustible materials from metal parts, including
conveyorized paint hangers, racks and hooks—
Contact the company at 214-358-1539 or via
email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pollution Control Products Co.
Pneu-Mech Systems – Ovens for
Liquid and Powder Finishing
Pneu-Mech Systems offers custom engineered
curing solutions that are designed to work with
the customer. We offer a variety of ovens. The
cure oven is a very important part of the finishing
Pneu-Mech Systems Mfg., LLC
Sharon Spielman is editor of Powder Coated Tough magazine. She can be reached via email at email@example.com.