What Is Powder Coating? Powder coating is a dry finishing process, using finely ground particles of pigment and resin, which are electrostatically charged and sprayed onto a part to be coated. The charged particles adhere to the grounded parts until melted and fused into a tough, even coating through the application of heat and energy.
Powder Coating Fills a Need for MDF Products Many office furniture makers are moving away from standard shapes such as squares and rectangles to more rounded corners and contoured edges, with interior circles and ellipses to allow for computer cords to drop through. They are also offering seamless desktop coatings and a variety of colors and effects. Powder coating can accommodate these shapes, while current lamination techniques, which rely on edge-banding methods, cannot. And powder application is a one-step finishing process, not requiring successive coats or long drying times.
Environmentally Friendly Negligible VOCs - Powder coatings contain no solvents and therefore emit negligible, if any, polluting VOCs into the atmosphere. Less exhaust - Powder coating is a clean process, allowing exhaust air from the coating booth to be returned to the plant, and less oven air is exhausted to the outside. Reusable overspray - Overspray can be retrieved and reused for greater product utilization. No costly waste disposal equipment - Unused powder can be reclaimed and returned to a hopper for recirculating through the system, with negligible waste.
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Post time: Mar-15-2020