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Old 10-23-2016, 11:45 PM
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Is high quality power coating readily available?

Hi,

I hope this is a good platform where I can ask few of my queries. I have been in search of consistent high quality powder coating. And it would be more beneficial if it provides a finished quality.

I have enquired about this to many of my business mates but none got the exact solution. I would like to know if anyone can provide me expert suggestion on this so that I can move forward with a better service.

My small researches left me blank but one of them hit my eyes. I am not sure of the quality they provide but they offer a better maintenance facility. The electrostatic process and the fluid bed processes they provide might help me lot Electrostatic Powder Coating Services | Automatic Coating Toronto . Kindly share your suggestions on this. Moreover it would be of great help if you can provide some additional information on this too.

I also need to know whether powder coating can be used for iron cylinders as well. Make your opinions if any negative consequences occur. Hope to get more informative data.

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Old 01-12-2017, 02:03 AM
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plenty of good powder coaters out there! Look on powder365forum.com for one that is close to you.

Do NOT powder coat iron cylinders! This will hinder the heat dissipation. If you do, caution beware....
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Old 05-03-2020, 04:48 AM
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powder coating is a growing industry , there are many new player also came in this field you can use google to search many.
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