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What is the maximum temperature that an epoxy powder coating can resist when applied on steel substrate?


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From Mustafa Dayyat of Valspar Middle East on November 22, 2016:
The temperature resistance and performance of epoxy powder coatings depends on the epoxy resin chemistry and the cross-linkers used to formulate the product.

From Ajith Varghese of Internationalpaint on November 21, 2016:
The maximum temperature an epoxy-based coating withstands is between 100-120 C. It also depends on the cross-linking agent that's used to cure the epoxy, which could take it to the higher end of the temperature range mentioned above.

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Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Epoxy; Latin America; North America; Powder coatings; Steel; Temperature


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