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A Powder Coat is a more durable finish than liquid paints. It is applied to sheet metal and then cured at a high temperature of 400 degrees. The heat transforms the polymer into a denser, heavier form that bonds with the surface of the object. This process produces a durable, uniform finish. The benefits of powder coating include lower costs and the ability to create a variety of colors. Besides, they're a great option for many industrial applications.
The application of a Powder Coating process begins with pretreatment. This process ensures that the parts have a smooth surface free of dirt, grease, and other contaminants. The parts are cleaned with an alkaline, acidic, or neutral cleaner. A conversion coating is applied to the part to improve adhesion and finish. This step is typically accompanied by a rinse step to remove the excess coating. These steps are vital to the success of the final application.
When Power Paints are mixed with water, the particles are electrostatically charged and adhere to the metal surface. This process makes it possible for the powder to fuse together, resulting in a high-quality finish. In addition to improving a product's appearance, a powder coating process also avoids dripping and running. The process is ideal for children and adults who need to build fine motor skills. They can improve their spatial awareness and hand-eye coordination by mixing colors according to a step-by-step guide.