Appliance Paint, Boat Paint, Building Coating, Car Paint, Electrical Insulating Varnish, Road Marking Paint
180-200 degree 15-10mins
100 Ton/Tons per Month
Packaging & Delivery
export standard package
Powder coating is a dry finishing process where finely ground particles of pigment and resin are electrostatically charged and sprayed onto a grounded part. The part is then baked in a curing oven, at which time, the powder melts, bonds and cures – leaving an attractive, uniform, high-quality and durable finish. Prior to coating, parts are pre-treated to ensure optimal surface preparation and paint adhesion.
In addition, Feihong facilities and processes are designed to deliver Class “A” finishes.
We offer the highest quality powder paint produced by the industries most recognized powder manufacturers. Epoxy, hybrid, urethane, polyester, TGIC-polyester, various textures and metallics are all available.
Contact our professional to determine the optimal powder for your application!
Particle size distribution: 100% less than 100 microns (depending on the specific indicators art effects may be, according to the special requirements of painting adjusted)
Level of liquidity: 24 ~ 27 mm
180 °C ~ 200 °C (work piece temperature), 10-15 minutes
8-12 square meters / kg, thickness 60 microns (100% of the powder coating utilization rate)
Outside carton lined with two layers of polyethylene bags, each containing 20 kg net weight.
STORAGE AND TRANSPORT
Stored in less than 30 °C, ventilated, dry, clean room, not near the fire source, heating, avoid direct sunlight, the product in the transport should be to prevent rain, sun, prolonged sun exposure. Storage products in line with the above conditions, since the date of production, effective storage period is 6 months. Over the storage period may be re-tested and the results were consistent with, can still be used.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Coating powder is a non-toxic products, but should be avoided in the course of inhalation of dust. Proposed operators wear appropriate dust mask, glasses. If possible, try to avoid long-term skin contact with powder coating