Manual powder coating is a process of applying electrified powder paint particles to the metal surface. The powder layer adheres to the metal surface due to electrostatic forces. The electrification of the particles is achieved using the voltage method and is carried out by electrostatic spraying.
The paint shop’s technological cycle consists of the following stages: loading of the details, preparation of the surface by bathing in hot phosphate and phosphoric acid solution together with rinsing in clean water and drying in an oven, painting, polymerization, cooling and unloading of the details.
For manual powder coating we use:
Manual paint shop – is designed for painting metal parts with high temperature curing powder paints. The paint shop consists of bathtubs for surface preparation, paint booth and baking oven. After hardening, the coating is characterized by above-average mechanical resistance and thanks to the phosphate coating, high corrosion resistance. Activities in the process of manual powder coating are performed by employees.
|APPLICATION OF POWDER VARNISH||Manual|
|MAXIMUM DIMENSIONS OF PAINTED ELEMENTS||1400 x 1000 x 800 mm|
|SURFACE PREPARATION||Bathing in a hot solution of phosphates and phosphoric acid|
|POWDER PAINT PARTICLE SIZE||from 20 to 100 μm.|