We all know that there are various types of coatings such as Purity polyethylene powder and liquid coatings in the market. But people sometimes prefer to the latter one as they have some misunderstandings about powder coatings. And in this article, we will discuss and unveil the methods of Purity polyethylene powder.
Purity polyethylene powder
Purity polyethylene powder, firstly used in North American dating back to the late 1960's, have a wide range of advantages in terms of performance, application, cost and environmental concerns as shown below:
Thicker coating for better performance
Normally, the Purity polyethylene powder features the same resistance against corrosion and wear as liquid type in the same thickness. While, Purity polyethylene powder may be thicker as the liquid coating is easy to run, dip, sag even blister. Meanwhile, powder coatings is characterized by its better mechanical and chemical resistance. Thus, they are more durable with excellent resistance against cracking, peeling, marring even if they are handled and used toughly.
A variety of applications
Our Purity polyethylene powder are ideal for corrosion-prone applications owing to its excellent anti-corrosion resistance and high thickness. Meanwhile, they are prefer for coating parts with recesses & depressions and covering small surface defects including dimples, machining marks and sharp edges, etc.
Easy cleanup & environmental friendly
It is much easier to clean up over-sprayed powders than liquid type. Normally, we need stripping agent & solvent for cleanup of liquid coatings. In contrast, the powder coating can be easily cleaned up just in way of vacuuming the over-sprayed powders. Most of all, if collected over-sprayed powder is not contaminated, it can be recycled to avoid material waste.
The cost saving property mainly lies in less expensive material with larger covering area. Meanwhile, they are advantageous as per labor saving, energy saving, waste disposal as well as air processing, etc.
Much more safer material
Polyethylene Wax White powder are not flammable, will not catch fire let alone give off gas that threatening health of plant personnel. However, liquid coating, as a solvent borne coating, is not as safe as powder coatings.