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Will Powder Coating Baking Temperature Damage Alloy Wheels


2002

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"User's Guide to Powder Coating"
from Abe Books

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A QUESTION ABOUT POWDERCOATING; IS THERE ANY RISK OF CHANGING THE COMPOSITION OF ALUMINUM ALLOY WHEELS DUE TO THE BAKE CURING PROCESS IN POWDER COATING?

Aaron Matthew Bork
- Parksville, B.C., CANADA


2005

It is no problem to change the composition of the alloy as long as it can withstand the curing temperature of the powder being applied.

Use pre heating at a little higher temperature that curing temperature. This will also do away with your gassing or pinholeing problem.

Amir Haider
- Burnaby, British columbia, Canada

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