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SunDial Powder Coatings
8421 Telfair
Sun Valley
91352  United States
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818 767-4477 (Phone)
818 767-6221 (Fax)
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  Southern California
  Coatings Applied: Powder Coating - Architectural; Textural/Wrinkle; Class 'A' (clean room): MDF/Out-Gas Forgiving Powders; Oversize & Overweight Capacity. Silk Screen (all non-apparel) - Glass; Wood; Paper; Powder Coated Surfaces; Passivated Surfaces; Stainless Steel.

Substrates Coated: Powder Coating - Architectural; Glass; MDF; Die Cast; Aluminum Extrusion; Cold Roll; Hot Roll; Galvanized.

Pretreatment: In-line 7-Stage, 100% stainless steel, pure de-ionized (DI) water pretreatment system; dedicated cleaner and iron phosphate stages.
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Testing Capabilities: Expert testing equipment is used to accurately measure:
  • Finish color

  • Thickness (ASTM D1186)

  • Gloss (ASTM D-523)

  • And other industrial specific testing procedures

MEK Rub Test - The MEK Rub Test, otherwise known as the Methyl Ethyl Ketone resistance test, is an effective method to ensure that our powder coatings are properly cured.

Bend Testing Test - As per ASTM D1737, Bend testing indicates that the level of adhesion and flexibility of a finish on test panels.
Impact Testing - As per ASTM D279, Impact testing indicates adhesion properties of the finish when rapidly deformed.

Cross-Hatch Adhesion Testing - Cross-Hatch Adhesion testing is a simple and effective test. Per ASTM D-3359 A & B, Cross-Hatch tape adhesion testing is used to evaluate the bonding properties of the finish to the substrate.

Special Notes: Statistical Quality Control - "You don't know what to do if you don't know what you have done"

Sundial successfully employs a Six Sigma Statistical approach to quality. Quality affects the type of artisan we train, the complexity of the pre-treatment water system, and the powder coating process. By using digital travelers in the powder coating shop, line workers can visually identify important areas (i.e., hook marks, powder build-up, packaging, etc.). Travelers are also designed to collect data, (i.e., chemical titration, cure temp., thickness, gloss level, etc.). This information is then plugged into a specially designed database created by Powdersoft. The end result is quality that is visual, measured and repeated.
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