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    Whats are some options for powder for a gas stove top other than high temp? Let me get picture on here this evening so you can get better idea. Sure would be nice if I can get buy with bumper black.

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    Gas Stove Top Oven ? If so, they use ceramic's

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    • #3
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      All regular powder coating will hold up to 500F.

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      • #4
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        Can I blast it and shoot the top with Hi temp would that work out ok? Or is this even worth fooling with? There's a total of 3. I think its ceramic.

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        • #5
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          I have done a couple with just regular powder including my own and they have held up fine. Mine has been over two years.

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          • #6
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            I did one in regular powder for a gas stove in a camper a few years ago. Still holding up as far as I know.
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            • #7
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              thanks everyone that good to hear. The one pictured I put some degreaser on, wet sanded most of it and it seems that the original coat is not that bad of shape. I quoted them in the range of 80 to 100 bucks for all 3 and also told them it could be more depending on the prep.They dont care as long as is looks new when the health department shows up. Its for a day care. Now here is the dumb question. What the best process to make this look good and be profitable? Im thinking bumper black and maybe shoot with clear? Or do I just clean and wet sand then clear, or just blast it?

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              • #8
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                If you clear over the black it would look nice along time because it won't show fine scratches as much.
                JMO.

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                • #9
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                  Never thought of that, Good idea and thanks. I just ordered some in red. I'll get the black ordered today. I cleaned some more and did find some scratches.

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                  • #10
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                    Originally posted by Harleydad
                    You may have issues with the clear yellowing over time due to the heat. I think I'd go SD Wet Black and forget the clear.
                    Good point.

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                    • #11
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                      Looks like I'll be doing a set of these in SD wet black, just wanted to check back with everyone on here and make sure this is still a good idea and get some feedback from those that have tried it recently. This is what we'll be coating...

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                      • #12
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                        Originally posted by [SM
                        Juan]Looks like I'll be doing a set of these in SD wet black, just wanted to check back with everyone on here and make sure this is still a good idea and get some feedback from those that have tried it recently. This is what we'll be coating...
                        The drip pans are one thing but the grate where the fire is burning under it I think is going to burn right off and also put out fumes. Porcelain is the only thing that will withstand the heat just like the factory makes them. They would best be blasted and then oil seasoned like to do iron pots and some B Que grills.

                        This is why it will take the heat.
                        Porcelain is a ceramic material made by heating raw materials, generally including clay in the form of kaolin, in a kiln to temperatures between 1,200 C (2,192 F) and 1,400 C (2,552 F). The toughness, strength, and translucence of porcelain arise mainly from the formation of glass and the mineral mullite within the fired body at these high temperatures

                        Porcelain is used to make table, kitchen, sanitary, and decorative wares; objects of fine art; and tiles. Its high resistance to the passage of electricity makes porcelain an excellent insulator. Dental porcelain is used to make false teeth, caps and crowns.

                        Dog gone it took some searching to find a company that does this stuff.

                        http://www.matterastoveworks.com/services.html

                        And we think our ovens get hot but hot is 1200 c or 2192 f now that is hot

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                        • #13
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                          I'm guessing the powder will burn off the drip pans as well, but maybe not. Why don't you hit them with ceramic? Will that hold up to flame temps?
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                          • #14
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                            Originally posted by wiseguyz
                            I'm guessing the powder will burn off the drip pans as well, but maybe not. Why don't you hit them with ceramic? Will that hold up to flame temps?
                            The pans don't really get that hot except when you have a gas stove like I do that has a pilot on all the time between the two burners and that gets kind of hot there. The newer type have an electronic striker so no nothing till you cut the eye on.

                            The one thing I wonder about is the powder sticking good if you don't take it to bare metal? But then you also take away the protection of the porcelain that is also a heat barrier.

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                            • #15
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                              I'm with wiseguyz on this. Powder won't hold up but ceramic will. If the porcelin is good to 1200f to 1400f then ceramic will do fine, most is good to 2000f.

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