We currently powder coat our steel products. Before they are coated they are cleaned in a Mecwash machine. We are experiencing problems in the way of water sitting in hidden parts and only becomes noticable once coated. We currently sending parts through the oven before coating and then back through the oven once the powder is applied- doubling our cycle time. Does anyone know of a way to eliminate this water contamination and cutting our cycle time down without heavy investment?
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