Portable Pulse Function Powder Coating Gun
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- Model NO.: COLO-660t-06c
- Coating: Powder Coating
- Certification: CE, ISO
- Brand: Colo
- Type of Spray: Corona
- Voltage: 110/220V
- Trademark: COLO
- Specification: CE /IOS
- HS Code: 84242000
- Type: Coating Spray Gun
- Substrate: Steel
- Condition: New
- Method: Powder
- Using: Electrostatic Powder
- Delivery Time: 3days
- Transport Package: Carton/Wooden
- Origin: China
Classic model in COLO more than 8 years!!!
Powder coating machine COLO-660 is perfect model for your coating job, you have 4 options for coating , and the pulse model is perfect for corner .
Flat model: maximizes voltage for superior transfer efficiency with coating flats parts
Complex model: adjust the voltage while holding current when coating complicated shapes and corners
Recoat model: adjust the voltage and current automatically for recoating of parts
Pulse model: rapidly recharges the powder to coat complex shapes.
Power range 110V/220v
Temperature range in use -10 ºC+50 ºC
Gun weight: ......... 500G
Rated output voltage ...… 24VDC
Maximum output current ...… 180Ua(max)
Maximum output voltage...... 0-100KV ( adjustable)
Maximum powder injection :...… 600g/min
Polarity ......... negative (-)
Pneumatic technical spec
Maximum input-air pressure ........ 8kg/cm
Optimum input-air pressure..... 6kg/cm
Minimum input-air pressure ... 4kg/cm
Maximum water vapor content or compressed air ….. 1.4g/N m3
Maximum oil vapor content of compressed air ..... 0.1ppm
Maximum cimpressed-air consumption...… 13.2 m3/h
TPulse coating ........ ........ ........ 15~20 clock/sec
|Weight of spray gun||460g(16.2oz.)|
|Length of gun||340mm(1.1ft.)|
|Max. Current Output||180 uA|
|Air Consumption:||MAX 13N/h|
|Temperature Rage||in use-10~50ºC(-14~22ºF)|
Powder coating is just "flat-out" superior to wet spray in so many ways. If your part is capable of being powder coated, their is really no reason why you would be compelled to choose otherwise. It's generally less expensive to powder coat a part once than have it painted several times during its life.
Powder coating is not subject to the extra time it takes to set up and break down from wet spray paint. The chemicals used in wet spray painting have to evaporate which can take up to weeks before a complete "cure" is attained. Powder coated parts are "cured" as soon as the part cools down. Further, the thermal bonding process used in powder coating makes for a much more durable finish than wet spray paint. Powder coating is also more environmentally friendly than wet spray painting because it does not involve the potentially harmful chemicals used in a wet spray painting.
As mentioned above, wet spray painting involves the use of chemicals that can be potentially hazardous to people and the environment if not dealt with properly. Powder coating uses an air gun to blow away misapplied powder rather than resort to the chemical thinners that wet spray paints require to clean up, or fix, application errors.
Powder coating offers a wider variety of colors and textures. The powder can be engineered to wrinkle or create veins of different colors throughout the coating when baked. Wet spray paint is more limited in what it can produce. Yet the possibilities with powder coatings are endless.
And finally, powder coating is more durable and weather resistant than wet spray paint could ever be. When we bake out the parts, the powder melts, forming a seamless bond around the parts. This bonding process creates a virtually unbreakable sheet of protection upon the surface of the parts.