Thursday, January 21, 2016

Powder Coating Cure Development

When asked how long it takes for powder paint to reach its full cure state, refer to the rate of cure information provided by the powder coat supplier. 

The average curing time ranges from 10 to 20 minutes after the painted part reaches the recommended temperature.  75% of powder coating properties develop in the last 15% of the cycle, and various properties develop at different stages; see below chart.


Have powder coating questions? Please contact us today to speak with one of our professional service technicians. We can help you with any of your powder coating needs. 

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