Powder coating involves spraying a fine powder onto a surface and then baking it in an oven to create a durable and attractive finish. LPG and natural gas are often used to power the ovens that bake the powder coating onto the surface. The gas is burned to produce heat, which is used to cure the powder coating and create the final finish.
Advantages: LPG and natural gas are both efficient and clean-burning fuels, which makes them ideal for powder coating applications. They produce a consistent and reliable source of heat, which ensures that the powder coating is cured evenly and thoroughly. Additionally, gas-fired ovens are often more cost-effective and energy-efficient compared to other heating methods such as electricity.