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What is the standard temperature for powder coat burn-off and how does it effect threaded holes



(-----) 2006

I would like to find out what the standard oven temperature is to burn off powder coating and what effect it has on threaded holes.

I typically have parts mad of Aluminum (1100-0, 2024, 5052, & 6061), CRS, & HR/HRP&O, in varying thickness (1/4"-20ga) powder coated and would like to know what risks, if any, are associated with these materials.

Mark Simmons
Sheet Metal Fabrication - Springfield, OR, USA
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2006

Dear Sir,
The coating powder burning temperature is 350 °C approx.,
If you burn the aluminum parts at this temperature the hardness will be damaged,the holes can be cleaned. Powder coating is thermoset plastic it will burn to become carbon.

Zainuddin
- Karachi, Pakistan
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