In order to apply powder coatings to metal substrates, a technique known as electrostatic spray deposition (ESD) is usually employed. ESD is a polymer resin system that is mixed with curatives, pigments, levelling agents, flow modifiers, and other additives to produce a powder coating. Following the powder coating application, the components are placed in a curing oven, where the presence of heat causes the coating to chemically react, resulting in protect the material from direct sunlight and water. This power coating will really give a value to your work, with its cost, durability, so many types of variations, and a good maintenance.
This is the most frequent technique of applying powders, and it is also the most effective. When using a fluidized bed application, it is possible to apply a powder coating as well. During the dip, the components are preheated to ensure that the coating melts and flows out of them onto their respective portions. In certain cases, post cure may be required depending on the bulk and temperature of the component as well as the kind of powder used. It makes no difference whether the application method is used; powder coating rolling shutters are superior to G.I Rolling shutters in terms of quality and durability and is more cost-effective and durable!
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- Nano tank processor before powder coating on all material.
Rolling Shutter with Powder Coating Smooth, easy to clean, and available in various eye-catching colour and finish choices such as maat, gloss, texture, and so on.