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Need heat resistant powder for coating silencers of tractors



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RFQ: We need heat resistant black powder for coating on silencers to be used on tractors. Should be able to withstand temperature up to 500+ °C. Bulk quantities may be required for use on regular basis.

Please intimate addresses of suppliers in the business of powder paints.

Subhash Sikka
automotive silencer manufacturing - Chandigarh, India
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2005

RFQ: We need heat resistance black powder for coating on silencers to be used on tractors. Should be able to withstand temperature up to 500 plus °C. the bulk quantities may be required for use on regular basis.

Please intimate addresses of suppliers in business of powder paints.

Peter Pereira
- Ghatkopar, Maharashtra, India
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2005

RFQ: We are in the line of powder coating process. We need powder paint for coating of silencers of vehicles like tractors, motorbikes, etc. Also complete information on this process.

Sunil R PETHE
- Pune, India
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2005

A. I doubt that you will be doing this with powder, do these silencers fit on the end of the tail pipe? If they do, you'll probably end up switching to a high temperature header paint.

Sheldon Taylor
Sheldon Taylor
supply chain electronics
Wake Forest, North Carolina

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2006

A. There are heat resistant powders available in India too sufficient to meet stringent requirements like heat quenching cycles. However, the usage is less due to higher price. Look at the best paint companies to recommend to you.

Amit Amembal
- Mumbai, India
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