How to control the thickness of electrostatic powder coatingThe sprayed profiles have various colors and are deeply loved by customers, but due to the complexity of the cross-sectional shape of aluminum profiles, it has brought certain difficulties to spray production and coating thickness inspectio
It is said that electrostatic spray is better, where is it better? Below Hanna Technology to analyze for everyone! !First, electrostatic spray molding has excellent film properties: as long as the powder coating is directly sprayed onto the surface of the pre-treated MDF sheet, after baking, a coati
First, the effect of coating ambient temperature and temperature on the film thickness. The powder spray amount is 170-200 g/min; the voltage is 70 KV, and the distance between the spray gun and the object to be coated is 20 cm. When the temperature is between 20 and 30 ° C and the humidity is between 60 and 80%.
There are many factors affecting electrostatic powder coating, such as equipment factors and operating factors. However, the main factors are powder conductivity, powder particle size, spray voltage, spray distance (between gun and workpiece), and supply pressure.1. Powder Conductivity: The volume o
1.Usually powder spray is normal and now the amount of powder spray is small. It is possible to block the powder pump core with impurities such as recycled powder or solidified substances in the powder pump. Unscrew the powder pump and clean it up.B. Check the four pressure gauges, which may have a large fluid pressure or open the cleaning and atomizing gas.
There are two reasons about why powder coating layer is poor:1.powder coating powder; 2.powder coating process.
Why the most suitable voltage range of powder coating gun nozzle is within 60~90kV ?
Powder coating is a kind of dry coating, it is applied as a free-flowing and dry powder. Has the benefits of high quality, recoverable, simple automation, one coat application, environmental friendly with no solvents, clean and efficient.
1. What is Powder Coating? Powder coating is a type of dry coating, which is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. The main difference between a conventional liquid paint and a powder coating is that the powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form.