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Q. I need to powder coat plastic materials, specifically white polycarbonate resin. It’s a general-purpose, medium-viscosity RTI 125C. Do you know if there is some metallic coat or adhesive bonding (conductive surface) available that will allow the powder coating application? B.G.

 

A. The material you seek is called “Rans-Prep.” It is a conductive liquid primer that can be applied over most any substrate to make that surface conductive for electrostatic application of liquid or powder coatings. 

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