White coated glass
Powder coating on glass requires specialized equipment. The biggest challenge is getting the powder to adhere to the glass surface since there is no natural electrostatic attraction. A clean glass subsurface that will not interfere with the process is essential before beginning the powder coating procedure. To remove oil, dirt and grease can be accomplished with solvents, wipes or a traditional washing system. Proper temperature control is critical from the very beginning. Certain temperature ranges are recommended. Once the powder attracts, the product is heated to activate the process of gelling, which secures the adhesive bond. It is crucial to control the amount of powder that goes on to the surface. Powder coating is considered to be an environmentally-friendly application. There is no release of chemicals into the air through evaporation, and over-sprayed powder is recoverable and easily and safely disposable.