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Publication Date: 04/2007
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Identifying soils to avoid pretreatment failures

If you can't identify the soils on the substrates you powder coat, you can't properly get rid of them and provide a good clean surface for powder coating application. As a result, you'll get surface defects, poor adhesion, and eventually, field failures.

Virtually any product with a coated surface needs some form of pretreatment. With powder as a topcoat, pretreatment should leave the raw part as clean as possible. A powder's performance is based directly on the pretreatment it receives. Needed testing re

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