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Powder Coating Terminology
The following are some terms relating to powder coating:

Acrylic Resin: Acrylic resin is made from chemically altered parts of acrylic molecules. Certain acids and alcohols can be used for this chemical reaction. Acrylic resins are clear and deal well with prolonged exposure to light, which makes them ideal for use on appliances and automotive parts.

Back Ionization: Back ionization, or electrostatic rejection or repelling, happens when the electrostatic buildup on a substrate limits or prevents the application of additional powder coating.

Curing: Curing is a treatment required for certain powder coating, mainly thermoset powders. This type of powder coating needs to be heated in order to convert the dry powder into a solid layer across the substrate.

Epoxy: Epoxy is a kind of powder coating that contains epoxy resin. This powder coating does not have a very glossy finish and does not hold color well, but it is strong and resists corrosion well.

Fines: Fines are tiny powder coating particles. They are usually no larger than 10 microns in size.

Grounding: Grounding is the addition or removal of an electrical charge.

Pigment: Pigments are particles in a powder coating mixture that imbue specific qualities to the substance. Pigments can, of course, add color, but they can also help with other qualities, such as resistance to corrosion.

Purging: Purging is cleaning an area entirely once a powder coating project has been completed. This prevents the first substrate’s powder coating from coming in contact with the next substrate.

Resin: Resin is a general term that applies to a solid or semi-solid organic substance. Resins can be natural or synthetic, but they are usually dense and lack a distinct melting point. Resins are usually polymers, which means they are a combination of different substances.

Substrate: In powder coating, a substrate is a part that will be treated or painted using powder coating.

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Some specialists work with powder coatings. This is both an interesting and unique line of work that involves handling epoxy, polyurethane, polyester, and ceramic materials. As you may know, powder coatings are substances that are often applied to metals and other materials as free-flowing, dry powders. They function like a hard skin or coating to protect items like bicycles, ovens, guns, and machines. When you get involved with this field, you may have to manufacture certain products with powder coatings, and you may have to simply apply epoxy or polyurethane substances to items.

There is certainly some specific training involved with working for a company or manufacturer that deals with powder coatings. If you have ever been involved with a DIY project that consisted of adding a Chrome aluminum coating to a bicycle or a dark metal coating to a gun, then you may have a good idea of what is involved. You will have to handle certain heating systems or ovens in this line of work. After all, when you apply powder coatings to metals and other materials, they typically need to be heated afterwards. This process takes some time. This is why many people choose not to deal with DIY powder coating in the home, because it can get pricey and pretty involved. As an expert in this field, you will work with various material colors and custom ceramic applications.

You can expect to deal with a number of product manufacturers in this line of work. Many companies will require your services for the products they create.



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