Powder Paint Fluid Beds are the most popular method for precise powder painting. The fluid bed consists of a 3" diameter by 3" deep powder cup, the base that contains the air chamber and regulator and an air pump. The fluid bed suspends the powder paint on a column of slow moving air. When the heated item to be painted is suspended in the powder paint the result is a beautiful, thin uniform coat of paint. Spare paint cups with lids are available. Direction included with this product. Stardust paint will not work in this fluid bed.
|How To Use The Powder Paint Fluid Bed|
|1.||Fluid Bed use only clean dry air.|
|2.||Keep air pump away from powder dust so the filter on air pump doesn't become clogged and restrict air flow.|
|3.||Regulate air to bring powder to a slight boil.
(Too much air flow will result in excessive dust.)
|4.||Dip preheated part into fluidized powder and remove at once.|
|5.||If powder smokes, the part is to hot.|
|6.||Powder should finish melting within several seconds after the part is removed from powder.|
|7.||To change powder color, empty excess power into a container for future use.|
|8.||Vacuum out cup and add new color.|