Powder Coating Defects | How To Correct Them

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See  Powder Coating Surface Defects and How to Avoid Them for a detailed explanation of contamination defects and what to do to prevent them from happening..
In this article here, you will find examples of common coating defects and how to correct them. Powder coating defects  come from several different types of coating processes:

Powder coating 
Automotive assembly plant paint shops
Plastic parts molding and painting facilities
Metal parts casting and painting facilities

For information on how to correct these defects, contact Paint Performance Consulting

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Multicolored paint chip in base coat
 coating defect
Masking tape residue in basecoat
 defect-bluecotton
Blue cotton fiber in basecoat
  coating defects
Rust in basecoat
 powder coating defects
Overspray particle in clearcoat
 powder coating defects
Rust in clearcoat
 powder coating defects
Blue synthetic fiber in clearcoat
 powder coating defects
Clear synthetic fiber in clearcoat

Source: Paint Performance Consulting
For information on how to correct these defects, contact Paint Performance Consulting

Additional sources of information on powder coating defects and how to avoid them:

Surface Defects in Powder Coating (pdf) by Pulver

 Trouble Shooting Guide for Powder Coating( pd)f
by Neat Coat Specialty, Inc., www.neatcoat.com

Troubleshooting Guide to Powder Coating (pdf) by Tiger Drylac

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