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Powder Coating Spray Gun placement




I would like to know what is the best way to powder paint multiple different products in a production environment? Do you have the manuals first then automatics or the automatics first?

Paul Guerra
- El Paso, Texas
2003


Automatics are to be first, the manual guns should be used for touch-up.

Steve Mossige
- Dallas, Texas
2003


Hi Paul, I agree with Steve to a certain extent, however to efficiently run a powder coating line you should not have the need to spray an object twice. If you are working with difficult shapes with recesses in them you may have to look at getting a Tribomatic gun or a low voltage gun to accomodate this. Consult your equipment supplier to give you the correct settings for your requirements. Hope this helps Drew

Drew Devlin
- North Lincolnshire
2003




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