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    http://providingsystemsolutions.com/pow ... 101.html#7

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    Re: Just some maybe good info from Wagner

    Thanks duke! I'll put it in my favorites for later...John

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    • #3
      Re: Just some maybe good info from Wagner

      Did you say Wagner?

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        Re: Just some maybe good info from Wagner

        Originally posted by Harleydad
        Originally posted by THEKING
        Did you say Wagner?
        No, he said "Vaaaagner" (insert german accent).

        Was I wrong? Or did she or is she just waking up after the week end? I forgot now how I stumbled up on it? Maybe at a BAR

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          Re: Just some maybe good info from Wagner

          Originally posted by Harleydad
          I just started reading thru this, tell me whats wrong with this paragraph. I just copied and pasted it here.

          Powder coatings are cured at elevated temperatures (3000 F to 4250 F) as compared to wet coatings. This generally results in a tougher, more chip resistant coating. The high temperature, and greater film thickness allow powder coatings to achieve adequate bonding and coverage over less than ideal materials, resulting in less stringent precleaning and metal preparation requirements.
          One too many zeros.

          Proof reader? Editor?


          Jay

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            Re: Just some maybe good info from Wagner

            Originally posted by Jay V
            Originally posted by Harleydad
            I just started reading thru this, tell me whats wrong with this paragraph. I just copied and pasted it here.

            Powder coatings are cured at elevated temperatures (3000 F to 4250 F) as compared to wet coatings. This generally results in a tougher, more chip resistant coating. The high temperature, and greater film thickness allow powder coatings to achieve adequate bonding and coverage over less than ideal materials, resulting in less stringent precleaning and metal preparation requirements.
            One too many zeros.

            Proof reader? Editor?

            Yep went to the BAR last night with my computer and spilled stuff on my 000000000000000000 see I told you you have to watch out for the stickies


            Jay

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              Re: Just some maybe good info from Wagner

              Originally posted by Harleydad
              I just started reading thru this, tell me whats wrong with this paragraph. I just copied and pasted it here.

              Powder coatings are cured at elevated temperatures (3000 F to 4250 F) as compared to wet coatings. This generally results in a tougher, more chip resistant coating. The high temperature, and greater film thickness allow powder coatings to achieve adequate bonding and coverage over less than ideal materials, resulting in less stringent precleaning and metal preparation requirements.

              I would like to see that oven

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                Re: Just some maybe good info from Wagner

                Originally posted by Harleydad
                I just started reading thru this, tell me whats wrong with this paragraph. I just copied and pasted it here.

                Powder coatings are cured at elevated temperatures (3000 F to 4250 F) as compared to wet coatings. This generally results in a tougher, more chip resistant coating. The high temperature, and greater film thickness allow powder coatings to achieve adequate bonding and coverage over less than ideal materials, resulting in less stringent precleaning and metal preparation requirements.
                OOPS!!

                Harley

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