Wood Grain Powder Coating Machines Model VIV251
The model VIV 251 is composed of a platform on a movable trolley, situated in front of the oven. These powder coating machines are comprised of two hinged parts, each holding a membrane, which closes manually as soon as wrapped profiles have been laid on the lower membrane. After the upper lid of the powder coating machine has been closed, a pump creates a vacuum between the two membranes. This process employed by powder coating machines facilitates perfect adherence of the transfer film on the surface, through concerted pressure of the upper membrane. The loading operation of the wood grain powder coating machine is very easy, due to the unique shape of the sublimation machines' platform. It also allows the work to occur at room temperature. Once the vacuum operation is finished, the frame is pushed manually into the oven, where it remains for 7 to 10 minutes until the decoration transfer is completed to a coating layer of coating layer of 2.5 to 3 mils. A temperature probe controls the condition of the sublimation process. The powder coating system has recently been equipped with a suction device, placed at the inside of the membrane frame. This allows decoration on all four surfaces of the profile, with excellent quality and remarkable reduction in production costs. The process of using these sublimation plants is technologically advanced, as well as easy and safe to effect. These wood grain powder coating machines are able to decorate parts with a maximum dimension of 8 x 4 ft.