The thermal Capacity of a material describes its attitude to release in the ambient the heat absorbed from a source of energy.
The thermal capacity is defined through the specific heat that represents the quantity of thermal energy required by 1 m³ of material to increase its own temperature of 1° C.
As with all industrial sectors, the coating industry still has much to discover. There are still frontiers to be explored, especially in the drying sector where the treatment of the liquid and powder coatings can be carried out with excellent results with infrared gas catalytic panels: from gelification to polymerisation, a single oven for the complete treatment of powder coatings.
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Surface thermal treatments Aft er pre-treatment and coati ng, both with liquid paint and powder coati ng, the subsequent process is the paint polymerizati on, a phase apparently less criti cal than the previous ones, but fundamental not only for the fi nishing of the treated component, but also for the ti me, space and energy involved.