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SKU: 24015

Electrostatic Powder Coating Machine

£599.99
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Description

This electrostatic powder coating machine has a large 45L powder capacity, which means it’s great for big projects. The T-Mech machine is fully portable and has an easy to navigate control panel.

Powder coating is used to create a durable and high quality finish, which is great for tough machinery! Power coated products are more resistant to corrosion, fading and chipping so when done correctly it should last a very long time.

Powder coating is a dry finishing process using powder particles that are electrostatically charged and sprayed onto grounded metal work. After the coating is applied, you need to cure the parts using a powder coating curing oven.

Powder coating machines are used in a range of industries including auto parts, medical equipment, home appliances and much more!

Powder Coating Machine

  • Product features:
  • Easy to navigate control panel
  • Includes 1 spray gun
  • Comes on wheels making it fully portable
  • Dimensions: 74cm (H) x 65cm (W) x 50cm (D)

Specifications:

  • Input Power Voltage: 220V – 230V AC
  • Frequency: 50Hz-60Hz
  • Input Power: 40W
  • Electromagnetic valve control power voltage: 24V DC
  • Input Air Pressure: 0-0.6Mpa
  • Output Air Pressure: 0-0.5Mpa
  • Max. Air Consumption: 13.2m3/h
  • Output Powder Volume: Max. 600g/min
  • Output Powder Voltage: 0-100KV
  • Output Current: 0-150uA
  • Powder Hopper Volume: 45L

Electrical data

  • Nominal input voltage: 200-240V
  • Rated output voltage (to gun): 24V
  • Rated output current (to gun): 1.2A
  • Protection type: IP54
  • Temperature range: 0 °C -+40 °C (+32 °F - +104 °F)
  • Solenoid Valve Voltage: DC24V
  • Gun output voltage: 0-100KV
  • Gun output current: 0-150uA

Pneumatical data

  • Max input pressure: 0.8Mpa
  • Min input pressure: 0.5Mpa
  • Output pressure: 0.8Mpa
  • Max water vapour content of the compressed air: 1.3g/m3
  • Max oil vapour content of the compressed air: 0.1mg/m3
  • Max compressed air consumption: 13.2m/h(0.4MPa)

Gun Parameter

  • Input: 24V
  • Voltage Frequency: Around 25KHZ
  • Input Current: 1.2A
  • Output Voltage: 0~100KV DC
  • Max Output powder volume: Around 600G/MIN
  • Gun cable: 6M
  • Gun weight: 460G
  • Container Capacity: 45L

Operating Instructions

Powder coating should be undertaken by an experienced and competent person. This is in no way an exhaustive and complete guide of how to Powder Coat/Cure.

  • You should wear a Tyvek suit/coveralls and gloves to protect your hands and skin. Eye protection and a dust mask should be worn at all times.
  • Clean the base metal thoroughly and remove any rust or debris from the metal
  • Use a high temperature masking tape on the parts you don’t want to be powder coated, this can be left on whilst in the oven but needs to be removed quickly afterwards
  • Turn on the power supply switch and the indicator light should come on
  • Adjust the voltage to what is required using the dials on the control panel
  • Place powder into feeding barrel
  • Press the switch of spray gun and adjust to high voltage
  • Apply powder using spray gun
  • After applying the powder, be careful not to brush or blow on the powder coat as the powder could fall off and leave you with a less precise finish
  • Cure the metal using a powder coating curing oven, normally the object is heated to 175 to 190°C (350 to 375°F) for about 10 to 15 minutes, and allowed to cool
T-Mech

Electrostatic Powder Coating Machine

£599.99
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