Plastic Coating Booth
- Powder Center
- Transfer Pump
- Automatic spray guns
Stations Coating plant
- Drying oven
- Surface pretreatment line
- Powder painting booth
- Filter group
- Curing oven
- Control center
- Flow in circular system, highly efficient
- Therefore no fiddling with traverses
- Saves time increases throughput
- Furnace charging
- Transfer table moves crosswise motorized
- Powder center for fast color changes
Requires less installation space
Mega coating line
A masterpiece from Electron
Total approx. 1km
Power & Free
Radiators KTL + powder coating
Automated + manual
- 2D scanner (Auto. spray guns)
- Pretreatment with 5 steps
- Control unit
- Powder center
Complicated workpieces are additionally coated manually
Manual two sides coating
- 2x Powder equipment with cardboard vibrating table
- Chain conveyor for filter cabin
- Collection tank for recovery
- Electric powder furnace with trolley
Small and compact 10x5 m
Automated Powder Coating
Small to gigantic turnkey plants
Powder coating with 3D scanning is a process that combines the latest advances in coating technology with the precision and accuracy of 3D scanning. This approach allows for the precise application of powder coatings to even the most complex and intricate workpieces.
One of the key advantages of using 3D scanning in powder coating is the ability to achieve high levels of automatic area coverage while minimizing powder consumption. This is made possible by the use of advanced 3D scanning technology, which can accurately detect and map the surface of even the most complex workpieces.
In addition to improving coverage and reducing waste, 3D scanning can also help to improve the overall quality and accuracy of the coating process. By providing detailed information about the surface of each workpiece, 3D scanning can help to ensure that coatings are applied with a high degree of precision and consistency.
Overall, powder coating with 3D scanning represents a major advancement in the field of industrial coatings. By combining advanced technology with careful design and engineering, this approach is able to deliver exceptional results while also improving efficiency and productivity
Dynamic 3D Powder Coating
Automated powder coating is a process that involves the use of advanced technology to apply a protective and decorative finish to a wide range of materials and products. This process is designed to be highly efficient and effective, allowing for the coating of large quantities of parts in a short amount of time.
The key components of an automated powder coating system include washers, ovens (for both drying and curing), spray booths and guns, and a conveyor system. These systems are carefully designed to meet the specific needs of each customer, ensuring that the coating process is tailored to their individual requirements.
One of the main advantages of automated powder coating is the ability to achieve consistent, high-quality results. This is made possible by the use of advanced control systems and digital intelligence tools that provide real-time monitoring and management of the coating process.
In addition to improving product quality, automated powder coating can also help to increase productivity and efficiency. By automating many of the tasks involved in the coating process, these systems can significantly reduce the amount of time and labor required to complete each job.
Overall, automated powder coating represents a major advancement in the field of industrial coatings. By combining advanced technology with careful design and engineering, these systems are able to deliver exceptional results while also improving efficiency and productivity.
Electron -develops- solutions for powder coating
Small to gigantic - 1 meter to 1km coating lines delivered to 83 countries
47 active partners worldwide
Advantages of automated powder coating:
- Consistent, high-quality results
- Increased productivity and efficiency
- Reduced labor requirements
- Customizable to meet specific customer needs
- Advanced control systems and digital intelligence tools for real-time monitoring and management
- Precise application of coatings to complex workpieces