Powder Coat Paint adheres to steel.
April 29, 2002 - PowderCoatplus(TM) powder coat paint on cold rolled steel is rust resistant, is environmentally sound, and adheres to edges. System involves 3 steps: pretreatment for removing lubricating oils from steel surface, 2 mil thick coating of powder coat enamel applied in automated electrostatic spray booth, and baking finish to hard surface. Paint resists salt spray and impact tests.
New PowderCoatplus(TM) Outperforms Galvanized In Salt Spray And Impact Tests
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Penco Products, Inc.
P.O. Box 378
Oaks, PA, 19456 0378
Press release date: April 10, 2002
Penco Products has developed PowderCoatplus(TM), a cost effective way of improving the durability and rust resistance of steel lockers. Powder coat paint on cold rolled steel is more rust resistant than painted electro-galvanized (EG) steel. It has the added benefits of being environmentally sound and costing less. PowderCoatplus has dramatically outperformed liquid painted EG steel in salt spray and impact tests, the most widely accepted tests of paint durability. Powder coat systems can produce an exceptionally impervious layer of paint in virtually any desired thickness without runs or drips. The paint adheres to edges better and provides an attractive appearance.
The PowderCoatplus system starts before the paint goes on. The first step in the process is a thorough pretreatment for removing lubricating oils from the steel surface to assure a lasting bond of the paint to the steel. This is followed by a 2 mil thick coating of powder coat enamel applied in a highly automated electrostatic spray booth. The final step is baking the finish to an attractive hard surface.
For more information call 800-562-1000, FAX: 610-666-7561, visit www.pencoproducts.com, or write Penco Products, Inc., P.O. Box 378, Oaks, PA 19456-0378.
PENCO PRODUCTS, INC. Subsidiary of Vesper Corporation Company Background
Penco is a leading manufacturer of storage and work area products. The company was founded in 1869 as the Penn Metal Corporation in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The company's products are widely available on a national basis. Sales are handled through a network of stocking distributors and dealers, serviced by Penco sales professionals.
PENCO Products, Inc., 99 Brower Ave., PO Box 378, Oaks, PA 19456-0378 Tel: 800-562-1000 FAX: 610-666-7561 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.pencoproducts.com