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Discussion in 'Garages, Workshops & Tools' started by olstyle, Jan 6, 2012.
The gap is ok from door to oven as long as the seal is tight to the door and oven.
Same here bud
Ya need anything, just give me a call.
Time to upgrade
Out with the Kool koat 2.0 LED
In with the Kool Koat 3.0 DPW upgrade
Can't wait to try this baby out, gotta work tomorrow so prolly not till Sunday.
What's the diff or advantage Guy?
Beau, the DPW stands for Digital Pulsation Wave. The DPW raises and lowers the kv's at lightning speeds to help with faraday cage effect, AKA getting powder into tight nooks and crannies. Also the DPW circuit board when used regular is suppose to be much better then the 2.0 LED without DPW. I have read nothing but good things about the DPW, so we will see.
Excellent! I know the challenge with PC is getting into tight spaces. Good for you Guy, way to keep up with the technology.
Thanks, hope it works out great.
This is a quote from Columbia Coatings web site "100KV Adjustable with DPW technology. Digital Pulse Wave fights "Faraday Cage Effect" by adding enhanced pulsation powder charge handling at 200 times a minute."
Guy I love the work you've done, it looks great. Why did you move up on the size of the PC system? For more production or does it spray out better?
I built my own oven several years ago too, and it was one of the biggest boons for business ever!
I put an old Kenmore dryer door with a built in window in mine so I've got 'a door within a door.' It makes it very easy to check my oven temps and flowout. When it gets dirty (as yours did lol), I just scrape it off with a new razorblade.