Powder Coating Ovens: How Do They Work?
Powder coating is a revolutionary method of protecting materials from the damaging effects of the environment while providing a flawless surface and consistent finish. At Reliant Finishing Systems, we offer top-of-the-line powder coating solutions that deliver exceptional results.
In the powder coating process, thermoset or thermoplastic materials are transformed into fine powder. This powder is then expertly sprayed onto the surface of metal objects using an electric charge. To achieve a durable and long-lasting finish, the coated surface must undergo a curing process.
Enter our cutting-edge powder coating ovens. Our ovens are specifically designed to handle the unique requirements of the curing process. With the ability to sustain temperatures of up to 450°F, our powder coating ovens create the perfect environment for achieving outstanding results. They are spacious enough to accommodate a wide range of powder-coated objects, ensuring efficiency and productivity.
One of the remarkable advantages of our powder coating ovens is their environmentally friendly nature. They eliminate the need for solvents, making the curing process compliant with the strict regulations of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) concerning Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) emissions.
So, how exactly do our powder coating ovens work their magic? Once the substrate is coated, our ovens come into play, enabling the powder to adhere to the metal with exceptional strength. This results in a smooth, painted-like appearance that lasts years.
To achieve the desired outcome, our powder coating ovens apply controlled heat at specific temperatures. In addition, these ovens are engin