What is powder coating(electrostatic powder coating)?
The powder coating process is very similar to a painting process except that the “paint” is a dry powder rather than a liquid. In 1962, after the invention of powder electrostatic spraying by the company of Semus in France, powder coating began.
The powder sticks to the parts due to electrostatic charging of the powder and grounding of the parts.
Powder coating process gives you one of the most economical, color-durable, and longest-lasting finishes available.
Powder coating will make the parts surfaces more resistant to chipping, scratches and wear than other finishes.
The powder color selection is virtually unlimited, and the surface effect can make with high and low gloss, metallic, and clear finishes available.
How does powder coating work?
1) Cleaning and surface preparation of the item you want coated
Turn on the Oven and set the desired
Prepare your parts and pre-heat it - if necessary
Prepare the powder coating gun
Prepare the powder coat and put it into receptacle
2)Spray application of the coating material
Attach the receptacle with the powder coat to the gun
Hang up and spray your parts
3) Heated curing of the part
Transfer your parts to oven and remove it from Oven after 20 minutes
Show you some prototype with powder coating finished .
More finishing service, please click here.