Coil

How it works: A roll ("coil") of metal is coated and cured as it continuously moves through the coil coater, which consists of a high-temperature oven and other processes. Once coated and cured, the metal is rerolled, pressed, and shipped to the manufacturer, where the final product is formed.

Uses

Best suited to a variety of metal gauges for bakeware. Advantages

Efficiency: 98%; no overspray. Cost efficient: Minimum personnel and investment for manufacturing. Uniformity: Coating application is even, reducing the chance of drip marks and discoloration. Disadvantages

Waste: Coated scrap has little value. Limited colors: Color matching is difficult with the coil method.
 
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Coil

How it works: A roll ("coil") of metal is coated and cured as it continuously moves through the coil coater, which consists of a high-temperature oven and other processes. Once coated and cured, the metal is rerolled, pressed, and shipped to the manufacturer, where the final product is formed.

Uses

  • Best suited to a variety of metal gauges for bakeware.

Advantages

  • Efficiency: 98%; no overspray.
  • Cost efficient: Minimum personnel and investment for manufacturing.
  • Uniformity: Coating application is even, reducing the chance of drip marks and discoloration.

Disadvantages

  • Waste: Coated scrap has little value.
  • Limited colors: Color matching is difficult with the coil method.

 

 
 
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