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CCAI’s Powder Coating and Curing Processes Seminar Set for Feb. 20-21 in Alabama

The seminar is co-sponsored by the Infrared Division of the Industrial Heating Equipment Association and Products Finishing magazine.

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CCAI will present a Powder Coating and Curing Processes Seminar at Alabama Power’s Technical Applications Center (TAC) in Calera, Alabama, Feb. 20-21. The seminar is co-sponsored by the Infrared Division of the Industrial Heating Equipment Association and Products Finishing magazine.

The day-and-a-half seminar features an introduction to the powder coating process, including cleaning and pretreatment, powder coating materials, application equipment and booths, curing options, part movement, running an efficient system, and testing methods. All of the classroom training will be provided by industry experts from some of the leading companies in the finishing industry. 

Registration for the event includes seminar materials, a powder coating manual, infrared manual, breakfast and snacks on both days, lunch on day 1, a networking reception and a certificate of completion.

To register for the seminar, click here. Hotel accommodations are available at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Alabaster at a rate of $99 plus tax. Click here to reserve a room.

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