Curing/Ovens

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The industry has seen growing demand for the ability to coat parts that previously pushed the boundaries of what was considered too long, too heavy, or too wide to powder coat. Equipment suppliers have responded with rapid growth in technologies that have allowed custom coaters not only to build a better mousetrap, but a bigger one too.

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What we didn’t initially consider was that the water running through the park would be chlorinated to kill bacteria and maintain a safe play area. Not only does chlorine kill bacteria, but it can also highly accelerate corrosion in certain metals.

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Coating and curing gigantic items can introduce monumental challenges to the custom coater.

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“No matter how big you go, you always wish you went bigger.” 

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Your testing lab partner is only as good as the information and instruction they receive with testing materials. Because false positives are possible with even newer pretreatment alternatives, finishers should work closely with their chemical suppliers to ensure testing accuracy regarding effluent discharge.

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This article explains how coating process operators can save money and improve quality by incorporating an in-line rack and hook stripping process.

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Three specific scenarios will be presented and addressed as well as hints and tips useful for job shops and custom coaters.

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Metal pretreatment is an essential part of the powder coating process. Without proper pretreatment, the painted layer of a part might fail in a variety of ways and cause the metal substrate underneath to corrode, leading to visual degradation and structural failure.

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Five years ago, I wrote a Tough Talk column entitled, “Don’t Blame the Powder”. The thesis of that piece trumpeted the high quality ...

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As requirements for improved performance in extreme working environments have emerged and the ever-present need for exacting process control and reasonable economics continues, technologists have stepped up to the plate to deliver the goods.

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