Plastic coating uses a fluidised bed of polymer powder. After cleaning, the metal object is heated in an oven to 360 degrees – a temperature hot enough to melt the powder. In the fluidiser tank a compressor blows air through a fine gauze into the powder, making polymer particles rise and bubble. When the metal object is hot enough it is moved from the oven straight to the tank, immersed in the powder and held there until a layer of polymer has melted and adhered to the surface. It is reheated to ensure the powder has melted completely and evenly and then left to cool.
The end result gives the metal a smooth shiny plastic coating which is both wear and water resistant, thus preventing corrosion.
Standard colours available – black and white.
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