1,stainless steel powder hopper,The powder is fluidized by air forced through a porous plastic plate from the below
stainless steel powder hopper ,Fluidized powder hopper
The powder is fluidized by air forced through a porous plastic plate from the below
Fluidized powder hopper
Size: 36cm diameter, 62cm height 25kgs
Powder hopper, the material is stainless steel, can be detached, contain fluidized board and the powder tube
Filling the Powder hopper
1. Open the powder hopper filling cover.
2. Set the Airmover (if present) by turning the air valve
3. Fill with the powder must reach to a maximum of 5-10 cm below the handles of the powder
hopper, otherwise the fluidized powder can escape from the cover.
4. Close the filling cover of the powder hopper again.
Manual coating equipment Function description
the powder gun through the powder hose . The powder is electrostatically
charged at the nozzle of the gun. In addition, an electrostatic field is
created between the gun nozzle and the grounded object. The charged
powder spray remains adhered to the surface of the object.
The powder is fluidized by air forced through a porous plastic plate from
below. The powder acquires, thereby, fluid-like characteristics.
The conveying air, supplementary air, and rinsing air are set on the control
Theprocess of the coating is like this :thepowder is fluidized in thepowder hopper. The injectors transport thepowder through the hoses tothe guns . The guns spray a powder/airmixture onto the workpieces.
Powdercoating is a type of coating that is applied as afree-flowing, drypowder. The main difference between a conventionalliquid paint and apowder coating is that the powder coating does notrequire a solventto keep the binder and filler parts in a liquidsuspension form. Thecoating is typically applied electrostatically andis then cured underheat to allow it to flow and form a "skin". Thepowder may be a thermoplastic or a thermoset polymer.It is usually usedto create a hard finish that is tougher thanconventional paint. Powdercoating is mainly used for coating of metals, such as "whiteware,"aluminium extrusions, and automobile and bicycle parts. Newertechnologies allow other materials, such as MDF (medium-densityfibreboard), to be powder coated using different methods.
The powder coating process involves three basic steps:
- Part preparation or the pre-treatment
- The powder application