Jai Ganesh: Your Trusted Manufacturer, Supplier, and Exporter of Powder Coating Pretreatment Process (PT Line) Services, Including Spray PT Line, Manually Operated PT Line, and PLC Based Fully Automatic PT Line, Located in Satara, Maharashtra, India
The conveyor carries the article inside the tunnel. The tunnel is provided with different zones as per required chemical process. The spray density & pressure is controlled with the help of pumps & valves. Tanks with filters are provided below the zones for better circulation system
The articles are loaded in a basket / jig. The basket/jig is lifted & dipped in various tanks as per required chemical process. The lifting & dipping of basket can be done with the help of hoist ( manually ) or Transporter system.
The articles are loaded in a basket / jig. The dipping process sequence and dipping timing are stored in plc so transporter automatically operated chemical dipping process
Spray PT Line
Manually Operated PT Line
PLC Based Fully Automatic PT Line
The Different Types of Pretreatments for Powder Coatings
Powder coating is a popular finishing process that offers a durable and high-quality finish. However, the key to achieving the best results lies in the pretreatment process. Pretreatment is a critical step that prepares the surface of the material to be coated, ensuring optimal adhesion of the powder coating paint. There are several types of pretreatments for powder coatings, each suited to different materials and applications.
Cleaning: This is the first step in any pretreatment process. It involves removing dirt, grease, oil, and other contaminants from the surface of the material. This can be done using a variety of methods, including solvent cleaning, alkaline cleaning, or abrasive blasting.
Rinsing: After cleaning, the material is thoroughly rinsed to remove any residual cleaning agents. This step is crucial to prevent any unwanted reactions during the subsequent stages of pretreatment.
Phosphating: This process involves applying a phosphate coating to the material's surface. Phosphating improves the adhesion of the powder coating and provides increased corrosion resistance.
Chromating: Used primarily for aluminum and its alloys, chromating forms a thin, protective layer on the surface that enhances adhesion and provides excellent corrosion resistance.
Passivation: This process is used for stainless steel materials. It removes free iron from the surface of the material, preventing rust and enhancing the natural corrosion resistance of the stainless steel.
At Jai Ganesh, we have retrospectively studied the effects of these pretreatments on the performance of our powder coatings. Our research has allowed us to optimize our processes, ensuring that we deliver the highest quality finish to our customers.
Our powder coating booths and ovens for coating and painting are designed to accommodate these pretreatment processes, providing our customers with a complete, end-to-end solution for their powder coating needs. In conclusion, the right pretreatment for powder coatings can significantly enhance the durability and finish of the coated product. At Jai Ganesh, situated in Satara, Maharashtra, India, we are committed to providing the best in powder coating solutions.