2/20/2019

Gema, Dubois and Vogel Industrial Coatings Hold Powder Coating Workshops

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The first is training is May 1-2 in Las Vegas, and the second is September 10-11 in the Dallas area.

Gema, Dubois Chemical and Vogel Industrial Coatings are holding two powder coating workshops this year.

The first is May 1-2 in Las Vegas, with early registration ending April 24. The second is Sept. 10-11 in the Dallas area, with early registration ending Sept. 3. Workshop fees are $299 per person for early registration or $349 per person within one week of class.

This workshop is designed for those with varying levels of experience ­in powder coating knowledge, and is designed to improve skills and understanding of all aspects of powder coating. The workshops will cover topics such as:

  • Powder chemistry and selection
  • Pretreatment best practices
  • Application issues and maintenance
  • Oven and curing strategies
  • Troubleshooting, quality control and tricks of the trade

To register, visit https://www.gematraining.com/events-and-training/workshops/gema-dubois-vogel.

 

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