The dipping of metal components into Thermoplastic Polyethylene Powder or, Fluidised Bed dipping, as it is sometimes known, is the oldest form of plastic coating and goes back to the time when Plastic Coatings was established in 1952.
Differences between Thermoplastic and Thermoset As many articles on powder coating start out, it is an organic finish that is separated into two chemical categories: thermoset and thermoplastic. We all know that thermoset is the most common powder coating considered to be thin but hard.
Polyetylene thermoplastic powder is also named PE powder, designed for fluidized bed coating of metal articles. It is ideal for wirework applications like refrigerator wire shelves and baskets, display racks and scratch pens.
Thermoplastic PVC Powder is mainly composed of a resin, a pigment, a filler and other components. And plastic products which are mainly composed of several parts.