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Q: Best type of polymer for a baking enamel?

By: Tim Pennington
29. December 2011
 
 
Q. I am a manufacturing engineer in a plant that produces small appliances. We are having trouble with a baking enamel. When a part is rejected because of a paint defect, we try to recoat it, but the second coat won’t adhere to the first, causing us problems. What is the best type of polymer for a baking enamel that allows it to be recoated with excellent adhesion?
 
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