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Power Wheelchair – NMW2123-43

Powder coating steel frame, adjustable armrest pad,
detachable sideboard, detachable strong footrest, angleadjustable
backrest, rubber foam castor and drive rear wheel,
with safety lamp.


Powder coating steel frame, adjustable armrest pad, detachable sideboard, detachable strong footrest, angleadjustable backrest, rubber foam castor and drive rear wheel, with safety lamp.

Ref. No.:
NMW2123-43 64 43 32 20 56 97 20 1~6 28AH 200WX2 4CM 12 110 81x69x72 62.8 72 50 104
Medical Power Wheelchair – the dos and don’ts. Powder coating aluminum is pretty straightforward. The Powder Coating steels specifications outline what you can expect from any organic coating applied to architectural aluminum, and warranties up to 20 years are supplied when applied to properly pretreated aluminum by a certified applicator. Easy by nexgenmedical But what about steel? Navigating coatings for steel is simply not as clear cut, and there are often many questions. Can you use environmentally responsible powder coatings on steel? Are there limitations? Will you get a warranty? Should you spec a primer? Are their limitations on colors and effects? Check out our ten most frequently asked questions about powder coating steel and the answers you need to ensure your coated steel performs to the highest standards and looks great! 1. Can you powder coat steel medical Power wheelchair? You’ve probably already guessed the answer to this one (otherwise a top “ten” would be pointless!) but yes, Power coating wheelchair you can absolutely powder coat steel. Powder coatings are used on steel used in a wide variety of applications from high-quality windows and doors, to structural pieces. Outside of the architectural industry, all sorts of steel applications are powder-coated, many of the exterior, including aerial work platforms, cranes, and trailers. Architectural grade powders for the steel include high-performance Fluoropolymers, high-performance Super Durables, and interior grade Standard Polyesters. 2. What types of steel can be powder coated? Most types of steel can be powder coated. Some types are easier than others and the pretreatment might vary depending on the type of steel and whether it is an exterior or interior application, but steel can be powder coated and the powder is actually applied in the same way. It’s a factory-applied finish; the steel is prepped, the powder is electrostatically applied and then cured in an oven. Simple. 3. What type of preparation should be performed on the steel before powder coating? For any exterior use, the preparation or pretreatment, of steel is incredibly important. The most common concern when using steel is corrosion. Proper preparation and pretreatment is the first step in trying to prevent corrosion. To be honest, it’s not as simple as the great pretreatment options that exist for aluminum, but good substrate prep on steel is still essential. Depending on the type of steel you are using, zinc, iron phosphate or zirconium pretreatment can be used, or if sandblasting is the method of prep, a white metal blast. After pretreat or blast, a zinc-rich powder primer should be applied Power coating wheelchair 4. Should I use a primer on steel? For exterior applications, absolutely. For interior applications, it’s not as essential in terms of weathering, but does help add a layer of protection and provides a good, smooth surface to powder coat. The good news is it’s not a chrome-based primer. High-performance liquid coatings MUST use chrome-based primer – they simply don’t perform without it (and yes, it’s the nasty variety – bad for people and the environment). Powder coatings never require chrome-based primers. For steel substrates used in exterior applications, we recommend a zinc-rich IFS powder primer to add another level of corrosion protection before the IFS powder topcoat is applied. 5. Does the system require a certified steel prep or applicator? Applying the powder to steel is not a proprietary application system, however for exterior pieces, to ensure good pretreatment and application a certified applicator is recommended. It’s slightly different from coating aluminum due to the warranty issues involved (see below), Power coating wheelchair however as good substrate prep and application is so important in preventing corrosion and maintaining color and gloss over time, having a coater who knows what they are doing and has a good quality preparation and application system and the oven is a no brainer.