OXYPLAST FF160 is a thermosetting powder coating based on epoxy and polyester resins. It is formulated to give a glossy or satin finish having very good flow-out, overbake yellowing resistance and mechanical properties. The outstanding decorative and protective properties of FF160 are utilised in a wide range of indoor applications.
The range of Oxyplast FF160m that we offer at Pilbara Powder Coating is a popular thermosetting powder coating that is polyester resin and epoxy-based. Our range of Oxyplast FF16O and FF165 is specially formulated to render a satin-finish or glossy finish with an excellent flow-out.
The Oxyplast FF165 powder offered by us also demonstrates maximum resistance to yellowing and mechanical properties. The exemplary mechanical properties of the Oxyplast FF165 powder coating we offer come with a vast range of applications for an indoor setting. To learn further about our Oxyplast FF165 powder coating, call us now.
GLOSS AND COLOUR RANGE
Gloss levels range from satin to high gloss: 50-95% at 60⁰. A full colour range is available.
Include home domestic appliances eg. Refrigerators & microwave ovens, home and office furniture, electrical trunkings, light fixtures, shelving, machinery, etc
May be applied by electrostatic spraying using classic devices which can provide a negative tension of 60 - 80kV. The powder is cured in a suitable convection or infra-red oven. Curing: Medium cure 10 mins at 180⁰C (metal temperature) Optimal film thickness: 60 - 80µm
SUBSTRATES AND PRE-TREATMENT
May be applied to the following substrates after the appropriate cleaning and conversion coating:
Ferrous metals (cold-rolled steel, cast iron, etc.) : Iron or zinc phosphatation
Zinc surfaces (galvanised steel, zinc alloy) : Chromatation or zinc phosphatation
Aluminium alloys : Chromatation
At temperatures not exceeding 30⁰C and under dry conditions, FF160 powders may be stored for up to 6 months without affecting their free-flowing properties. The coating thus obtained will still have optimal characteristics
PROPERTIES OF THE POWDER
Melting range (Kofler) : 70 - 105⁰C
Specific gravity (DIN 55990/3) Particle size distribution, : 1.25 – 1.75 (depending on colour)