Powder Coating of Hydraulic Vacuum Lifter for The Pipeline Industry
A customer in the oil and gas industry contacted Broken Arrow, seeking a solution for the powder coating of their hydraulic vacuum lifter system. The vacuum systems which are used in pipeline construction, see a great deal of wear due to the harsh environment of the industry. The OEM had been utilizing a 3-part epoxy paint application, which was causing units to fade and rust prematurely.
Broken Arrow Powder Coating recommended coating the vacuum lifters with a 2-4 mil zinc rich epoxy powder coat primer, and a 2-4 mil polyurethane topcoat. This new powder coating application has resulted in increased savings, streamlined turnaround times, and enhanced overall appearance.
To learn more about this powder coating project see the table below.
Highlights for Powder Coating of Hydrualic Vacuum Lifter
|Product Description|| ||Powder Coating of Hydraulic Vacuum Lifter for The Pipeline Industry |
|Capabilities Applied/Processes|| |
- SP10 (near white) Sandblasting Pretreatment
- Powder Coating
|Equipment Used|| |
- 35-ft. Batch Oven (paint booth)
- 2-4 mil Zinc Rich Epoxy Powder Coat Primer
- 2-4 mil Polyurethane Topcoat
|Coating Characteristics|| |
- UV and Chemical Resistant
- Corrosion Resistant for Durability
|Substrate|| ||Carbon Steel|
|Overall Component Dimensions|| ||Numerous Components with Varied Dimensions |
|Coating Thickness|| ||2-4 mil|
|Number of Components|| ||Multiple Units|
|Industry for Use|| ||Pipeline Industry|
|Product Name|| ||Vacuum Lifter|
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