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Axalta Celebrates 150 Years in Coatings
First products developed in Germany in 1866, and since has grown into one of the world’s leading manufacturers of liquid and powder coatings.
Magic Rack’s Hook Organizer, Transport and Burn-off System Streamlines Production
Racks organize part hooks securely for time and labor savings.
Powder Coating Q&A: Curing Powder and Liquid Paint in One Oven
What are the pros and cons of using a common curing oven for powder coatings and liquid painting?
Walk-in batch ovens, Wisconsin Oven Corp.
Wisconsin Oven’s Walk-In Batch Oven Cures Automotive Parts
This oven is designed with a capacity to heat 1,500 lbs of steel from 70°F to 450°F within 45 minutes.
No. 853 Oven, Grieve Corp.
Grieve’s 500°F Conveyor Oven Cures Coatings
The full heat processing system consists of a 2-ft. long open belt loading zone, 8-ft. long insulated heat zone with recirculated airflow and 2 ½-ft. long open belt unloading zone.

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