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CCAI’s Powder Coating and Curing Processes Seminar at Georgia Power Company’s Customer Resource Center

Seminar is September 13-14, co-sponsored by the Atlantic Coast Chapter of CCAI, the Infrared Division of the Industrial Heating Equipment Association and Products Finishing magazine.
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This September 13-14 seminar at Georgia Power CRC in Atlanta is made possible thanks to the Infrared Equipment Division of IHEA, Products Finishing Magazine and Georgia Power. The popular CCAI Powder Coating & Curing Seminar regularly sells out.  This comprehensive seminar includes a day and a half of instruction and hands-on demonstrations.  The classroom content will cover the following topics :

 

  • What is Powder Coating and Powder Coating Materials?
  • Cleaning & Pretreatment of Parts
  • Moving Parts Through the Process
  • Removal and Rework – hook and rack cleaning, transfer efficiency, reject stripping
  • Powder Coating Application for metals and MDF
  • Curing Powder Coatings
  • Test Methods for Performance
  • Running an Efficient System
  • Attendees will also experience lab demonstrations of several processes learned in the classroom.

 

This is the most cost effective powder coating & curing training available anywhere.

 

CCAI members: $199     Non-members: $299

 

Comments from past seminar attendees:

 

"I knew nothing coming into the seminar.  Now I feel that I have a good general understanding of the subject matter." 

"Speakers are very knowledgeable and helpful.  Very impressed."

CLICK HERE to view the promotional flyer.

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