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What are the advantages of powder coatings?

What are the advantages of powder coatings?

Powder coatings can be used immediately

You can use our powder immediately. It is not necessary to mix with solvents, catalysts, and the like.
If you want to save time, then this is the best solution.

The risk of fire in powder coatings is small
Powder coatings contain no solvents, thus reducing the risk of fire, which saves the factory's investment in safety and safety. In addition, because powder coatings are not subject to flammable liquid regulations, insurance costs are also reduced.

Powder coatings do not have solvent consumption problems, so they are more environmentally friendly
Liquid coatings require expensive solvents to adjust coating viscosity. Solvent costs account for 70% of the price of conventional liquid coatings; on the contrary, powder coatings do not have solvent consumption problems. Solvents volatilize during coating and drying and are generally not recyclable. Regulations around the world prohibit it from being vented to the atmosphere, and in some cases, users must install a post-burner, further increasing costs.

Powder coating does not have wastewater treatment problems
Liquid coating systems often use water filtration spray booths. Excessive coatings are often emulsified in water, in some cases directly into the sewer, and in some cases in the sedimentation tank. On the contrary, the powder does not have these problems, thus saving the associated costs.

Powder coatings help reduce air pollution
All unpowdered powder can be recycled so that the amount of waste is greatly reduced; and the powder does not escape to the atmosphere.

Powder coatings reduce health damage to operators
Powder coatings contain no solvents, thus greatly reducing irritation to the nose and throat. For liquid coatings, if they come into contact with the operator's skin, they need to be washed off with a solvent and then emulsified with soap and hot water. In some cases, even special industrial hand sanitizers are required.

In general, powders do not irritate the skin, and only in rare cases are individuals responding to certain powders. The powder can be easily removed by washing the skin with warm water.

Powder without TGIC available
In recent years, concerns have been raised about the use of materials for such powder coatings after the development of products containing no TGIC.

In addition, our powder coatings do not contain divalent lead and divalent chromium.

Shorter construction time of powder coatings
Since the evaporation and leveling time of the solvent is not required, the coating time of the powder coating is generally higher than that of the liquid baking, and the powder coating can be directly placed in the oven, thereby greatly saving space and time.


Reduced energy consumption
During drying, the cost is also reduced since no energy is required to evaporate the solvent and expel it from the oven.

Powder coatings have excellent film properties
For solvent-based systems, solvent balance must be carefully tailored to polymer type, coating and curing conditions, as many coating defects can be traced directly to incorrect solvent balance. Powders do not have these conditions and, in general, the powders are able to achieve better adhesion and corrosion resistance than deposited polymers from liquid systems.

Powdered coatings make it easy to repair defective parts
For areas that are damaged or have coating defects, they can be repaired by simply blowing off the powder and repainting before drying.

With powder coatings, air demand is reduced, further reducing costs
The powder spray booth draws far less than the solvent-based paint. This is the best solution if you want to reduce the ventilation and heating costs in your work area. Since there is less hot air to be replaced inside the shop, the entrained dust is also reduced, and the airflow that the operator needs to cope with is also reduced.

Powder utilization up to 95%
With powder coatings, material loss can be less than 5%. All unpowdered powder can be recycled and the recycled powder can be mixed with the new powder to achieve a utilization of up to 95%.

Powder coating, film thickness controllable
Compared to traditional liquid coating systems, you can achieve a more uniform coating thickness, and even a thicker coating can be obtained by a single coating process as needed. In addition, we have several ultra-thin coating powders.

Powder coatings offer a variety of coatings and effects
Whether it's decorative, functional or both, powder coatings are a viable solution. Wide range of colors: matt, flat, high gloss, metal, texture, soft touch, the effect depends on you. Functional properties range from antibacterial to anti-corrosion.

With powder coating, less training for operators
Powder coating operators require less training than solvent-based systems.

Powder coatings are cleaner
Powder coatings are much cleaner than liquid coatings. The spray booth can be cleaned easily and quickly with a squeegee while keeping the spray booth properly ventilated. Brush or high pressure air should not be used for this operation. Powder that escapes to the outside of the spray booth can be cleaned with an industrial vacuum cleaner equipped with a pneumatic or dust-proof motor.

Powder coating equipment costs less
Manual or automatic powder coating equipment is easy to operate and less expensive than double-coat liquid electrostatic baking finish.

Flexible use of powder coatings - can be applied to non-metallic surfaces
Powder coatings are not only available for metals. The surface of the glass and some thermosetting moldings that can withstand the baking temperature can also be sprayed with a powder coating. With the development of low temperature drying technology, the range of available materials is becoming wider and wider.
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