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Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun

Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun
Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun
Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun
Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun
Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun
Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun
Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun
Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun
Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun
Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun
Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun
Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun
Eastwood PCS-250 Dual Voltage Powder Gun

***Please note this unit requires a grounded 110-120VAC  2 amp (min 250 watt) earthed stepdown transformer to operate. The 'Dual Voltage' description refers to the output***

PCS-250 Powder Coating Gun

The Eastwood PCS-250 Dual-Voltage HotCoat™ Powder Coating Gun gives you complete coverage from tight areas to large surfaces while operating on standard 120v household current. This innovative system will allow you to achieve the benefits of powder coating small parts instead of coating them with paint. This new and improved dual-voltage system gives you the capability to coat small areas using the low 15kv setting or coat large areas using the high-voltage setting 25kv. All you need is a compressed air source (5-10 PSI from a portable tank with a regulator or a compressor) to power your gun, an electric oven or toaster oven to cure the finish and a well-ventilated workspace in which to do your coating. This new and improved gun features color-coded cabling, larger ground clamp, increased trigger room and a clear bottle so you can see the powder color and fluidizing action.

Features:

  • Extremely durable finish
  • Coat and cure in under an hour!
  • Easy to apply
  • Quick color changes
  • Economical
  • Operates on standard 120v / 60Hz household current
  • Versatility with two settings for improved coverage
  • Low 15,000-volt setting
  • High 25,000-volt setting for multi-coat coverage over larger areas
  • Increased powder adhesion
  • Minimal over spray
  • Color-Coded cables for easy setup
  • More trigger-room for additional comfort
  • Larger ground clamp
  • Clear bottle allows you to see powder color, level and fluidizing action
  • Larger internal passages for improved powder flow
  • Refined power supply for more consistent coverage and powder-build




If I powder coat a Chevy truck hood emblem with chrome powder can I then paint the red and blue lettering with enamel paint with a small brush

Yes, this would not be an issue.

               Would chrome need to be removed from part or can power coat go over chrome?  

Powder coat can be applied directly over chrome.

                Is it possible to powdercoat plastic?

If by some chance the plastic could withstand 400F you could technically hot flock the part. We have not seen any plastics though that can withstand 400F to cure the powder.

               

               I know car have intake and other hard plastics power coated. Can this be used on that as well as metal?

You can powder coat anything that you like; as long as the piece you are attempting to powder coat can withstand the temperature you need to bake the piece at to cure the powder (typically 400F).

               Can you use a heat gun

A heat gun cannot be used to cure powder.

              can I use infrared lamps instead of an oven for larger parts?  Does the temperature with a lamp have to reach 400 degrees?

You can certainly use an Infared lamp to cure the parts. The lamp itself does not need to be 400 but the part you are curing does. So just position the lamp in such a way that the part can reach 400F. You may have to move the lamp a couple of times to cure the powder.

              Can I use powders from other suppliers, or will only Eastwoods powders work for hotcoat?

You will be able to use other companies powders with our guns

Hi, Can I power coat Aluminium. Thanks, Jerry

Yes, absolutely Aluminium can be powder coated. Just prep as always and if the part is cast aluminium, then the part must be "outgassed" Outgassing is performed before the powder coating process, by heating the part to 430 degrees for 35 to 45 min. then letting it cool and wiping the part with Acetone. now the part is ready for powder coating.

Hello, I have a new set of wheel still in the boxes ! don’t like the colour can i prep and re powder over without striping them and will it bond ?

These wheels can be top-coated with the powder of your choice. The wheels will need to be wiped down with acetone prior to powder coating. Hot flocking will be the best method for applying the powder to the wheels. This is done by preheating the wheel to about 300° then applying the powder and then putting the wheel back in the oven. Once the wheel reaches 400° then set the timer for 20 minutes, and bake for the full 20 minutes.

Just purchased the dual volt gun and was wondering if the switch light should light up at any time. Powder is coating but doesn't seem to be drawn to the part.

The switch on the transformer unit will not light up. If your powder is not being drawn to your part, check your psi going into the gun, you will need no more than 10psi, usually between 5 & 10 psi is where you want to set the air pressure at. Also, check the current from the electrode from the gun to the part that your powder coating to make sure you have a good ground.

Is the front switch supposed to illuminate? The video doesn't show it lit. How do I know the power is working?

The switch is merely just a switch and does not illuminate. You can determine the gun is working by doing a simple test. hold the tip of the gun as close as you can to the ground clamp (without actually touching it) then press the gray charge button. It should jump an arc for you.

Hi Can you powder coat on Stainless steel?

You can powder coat anything that is able to withstand the temperature required to cure the powder at (usually around 400F).

Why do I have to keep shaking the gun while spraying? Like I am running out of powder.

If your powder has a lot of moisture in it this can cause the powder to not want to fluidize as it should in the bottle.

Can you powder coat brass like brass fittings such as tee's etc.? If so, how do you prep it?

Anything that can withstand 400F can be powder coated. Prep would be the same for brass as any other metal. Just clean thoroughly with a degreaser.

I noticed in the barrel of the gun I have a lot of powder accumulation.  When I point it down after using it, a good bit falls out.  Is the air pressure too low?  (this kit has been tons of fun.... I wish I'd gotten one earlier)

This accumulation of powder is generally caused by having too much powder in the bottle during use. You want to run 1/3 or less of the bottle full of powder. This allows the powder to fluidize properly so you do not have so much come out at a shot.




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AU$293.00
Includes GST
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: 33278
  • Weight: 2.00kg