To get a clean and protected surface of the work piece before coating, it is needed to prepare the surface of the work pieces with the actually needed pre-treatment method.
Spray pre-treatment is the most common system for pre-treatment and therefore recommended where the needed space is available. In large scale productions the passage system would be the best and most effective choice with up to maximum 6 meter long work pieces. The control system can be manual or automatic.
Our dip pre-treatment plant is used for especially heavy and long work pieces, e.g. aluminium profiles. In most cases the plant is fitted into the floor, this to avoid unnecessary lifting height when the work pieces are moved trough the processes.
Dependent on the work pieces and capacity, dip plants can be delivered included manual or automatic crane for the transport of work pieces
Various range of industrial powder booths is based on a modular concept, which enables each booth to be customized to suit any specific requirement. The size of the Manual & Automatic Booth is determined by the size, the speed and the shape of the objects to be coated. The high efficiency cyclone collector recovers as much as 98% plus of the powder exhausted from the booth. It has 2880 rpm motor with highly efficient impeller given a rotary motion which creates a centrifugal force on particles. After filter Bag System for Non-Pollution Area.
Optimal system design to ensure powder containment while meeting industry safety standards
Maximum recovery efficiency
Multiple color capabilities
All filter media accessible and easily replaced
Minimal maintenance required
Versatile design to meet changing production requirements
Optimum use of plant floor space
Minimal plant air and energy requirements
Safe operational noise levels
Whether electrical, gas or diesel fired. Whether batch type or conveyorized tunnel type. Designed and built specially for Powder & Liquid curing purposes assuring you of low power consumption with uniform temperature throughout the working space in the oven.
Melting & Curing constitutes a highly critical phase of the powder coating process. The curing schedules recommended by the powder or liquid supplier must be strictly followed, if good adhesion & corrosion resistance is to be achieved. While powder melts at approx.100°C, curing requires higher temperatures usually between 180°C to 200°C.If the curing is inadequate, the quality will be brittle and flake-off easily. If the powder coat is exposed to harsh heat its colour may change.
Welded or modular construction with high quality M.S Sheet
Hot air circulating blower for uniform heat
High quality insulation (Glass/mineral wool) to eliminate heat loss
Electrical,gas& diesel fired (heat exchanger)
Digital temperature controller with auto on/off or manual
Asbestos gasketing, flap sliding doors
Perfect locking arrangement and heat resistant paint(inside)