1. How long and at what temperature should the parts be cured at?
A:For most of our polyester powders, once the part has been coated it must to reach 390 to 400 degrees F for ten to twelve minutes, Keep in mind that parts with larger cross sections will require a longer bake time than small parts due to the metal mass. Certain powders should be cured at reduced temperatures due to the characteristics of the color or chemistry, or limits on the part to be coated. We will design a product specifically for your application.
2. How long will it take to get a custom color powder coating from Polychem?
A: We can usually ship a custom color within 5 to 7 working days. We can expedite shipments using overnight shipping or courier delivery of raw materials to us, and/or asking our employees to work overtime to complete an order. Please note that we must add an additional charge for overnight/courier shipments of base powders or overtime for our workers.
3. Can you match colors from a chart such as Pantone, Frazee paints or others?
A: We have successfully matched colors from Sherwin Williams, PPG, Benjamin Moore, Frazee, Duranar paints; Wilsonart, Formica and Nevamar laminates, 595 Federal Standard Colors, Pantone Colors, as well as Carpeting, fabric, molded plastics and wall coverings, wood pieces, etc.Just tell us what you need and we can put our expertise to work for you.
4. Do you stock any powder coating colors?
A: All of our colors are made to order. it would be next to impossible to predict which of our thousands of colors will be requested next.We do keep many base powders in stock and respond to your order as rapidly as possible.
5. How can I get a technical data sheet?
A: Please click on the link….
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