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, has an easy to navigate control panel and comes with a 12 month electrical warranty!
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!
Easy to navigate control panel
Includes 1 spray gun
Comes on wheels making it fully portable
12 month electrical warranty
Dimensions: 74cm (H) x 65cm (W) x 50cm (D)
Input Power Voltage: 220V – 230V AC
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
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
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)
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
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
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