Air Tools - Red Line EZ 50 Powder Coating Gun
Red Line EZ 50 Powder Coating Gun
Red Line EZ 50 Powder Coating Gun
The perfect powder coating gun for serious hobbyist or light duty job shop work.
New & Improved Model! Red Line EZ50 Powder Coating System. This is the perfect system for the Do It Yourselfer or a small job shop that is looking for a powder coating gun that can grow as you grow! This gun is extremely easy to use and makes for lightning fast color changes! Additional Powder Cups are available for even quicker changes & storage.
▶ Truly portable unit - No control box or extra wires!
▶ Fully adjustable up to 50 KV directly on the back of the gun
▶ ForceFeed technology for the perfect volume
▶ Light weight and perfectly balanced gun for optimum comfort
▶ Long power cord & grounding clip allow for maximum mobility
What's in the box:
▶ Red Line EZ50 Spray gun
▶ (1) Powder Cup - Additional Powder Cups are available for even quicker changes & storage.
▶ Wall Mount Adapter ( input 100-270V AC 50-60 Hz. Output 12VDC 1 amp Rating ) (NO transformer required)
▶ 10' ground cable with connecting clip
▶ (3) Additional powder flow deflectors (12MM, 19MM & 25MM)
▶ Start Up Guide & User Manual
CLEAN - Thoroughly strip and clean your metal part before coating. We recommend Eastwood Pre Painting Prep.
CURE - Cure the part in an electric oven for recommended time. NEVER use an oven that is used for food.
Redline EZ50 vs EZ100
The two primary differences between the Redline EZ50 and Redline EZ100 are Power (or Kv) and price. In powder coating, the Kv rating stands for the maximum voltage a gun can produce and transfer to the powder. With the Redline Ez50 that rating is 50 Kv or 50,000 volts and with the Redline EZ100 its 100Kv or 100,000 volts.
Red Line EZ50 versus EZ100The main purpose of Kv is to charge the powder so it will be attracted to ground and stick to the part. In some cases a higher Kv can also increase transfer efficiency thereby reducing waste.
However, more power is not always a good thing. Surface defects like “craters” “pinholes” and “back ionization” often occur when too much Kv is used and can lead to costly comebacks and do-overs. High Kv is also the primary cause of “Faraday Cages” where the powder will not stick to the part in corners and recesses on more complex part shapes.
So when do you need that extra power? Keep these facts and tips in mind.
1. Always use the least amount of Kv you can to get the powder to stick. If it sticks to the part it’s enough.
2. Most powder manufactures suggest application at 30Kv to 50Kv however most powders will stick just fine using as little as 10 to 30Kv. (On second, third and top coats, Kv should be lowered not raised each time.)
3. Powder coating above 50Kv is primarily for the production coating of large pieces of flatwork such as panels and casework and typically applies only to a small sector of the powder coating market.
4. The Redline Ez50 the Ideal choice for 98% of most coaters. Only those coaters who are involved in daily production coating of large-flat surfaces like sheet goods and fence panels need to consider the EZ100. (Yes… the EZ50 will still work on these too.)
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The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate and reliable to the best of our knowledge and belief as of the date compiled. However no warranty is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy of these data or the results to be obtained from the use hereof.
RED LINE EZ50 powder gun
A high performance powder gun for serious hobbyists.