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Publication Date: 11/1998
Pages: 6
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Inductive heating in a cloud of powder dust

In the powder coating industry, inductive heating isn't used much. When it is, it's usually used to preheat parts before application of fusion-bonded epoxies. However, as his article explains, inductive heating can be used to heat a part during the powder application process.

This capability is a step forward in powder curing technology because inductive heating systems heat parts faster and require less space than convection or radiation heating systems do. The article explains how inductive heating works, discusses its advantages in powder coating applications, and gives several application examples.

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