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When a manufactured part is powder coated there may be certain areas of the surface that must be free of coating. For example, threaded areas may not fit properly if they are coated. Bearing surfaces with close tolerance cannot be coated. Some parts may require a bare spot for electrical-grounding contact. It is important to select a mask that is effective, easy to use and reasonable in cost. Masking parts will add additional labor to the coating process. It is important to understand the different types of masks that can be used. Masking can be as simple as placing a plug in a single hole or it may require a specially made mask or fixture. One large hole in a large part will require very little labor while some smaller parts may have numerous spots that need masking and require a lot of labor. Selection of the right masking procedure will affect the cost of the part. The mask must be reasonable in cost and it must do an effective job of keeping the coating off the masked surface.  There are many commercially available masking materials for and powder coated parts. Tapes, plugs, caps and steel fixtures can be used. These cost and benefit issues are considered to determine the best possible way to mask a part:
• the cost per mask
• the number of times it can be reused
• the effectiveness of the mask
• the ease of application and removal
• ability to leave a clean parting line between the mask edge and the coating
• the need to be stripped and the frequency
• the temperature resistance of the mask material
• the ease of removal of adhesive backing.


Echo Supply,
(The Masking Resource)
Int'l Sales Office, 1026 Hanson Court, Milpitas, CA. 95035 U.S.A.
Tel 1-408-945-0325
Fax: 1-408-945-0336
email: info@echosupply.com 

EPSI Wisconsin
4221 Courtney Road
Franksville, WI 53126
phone 1 262 835 0782
fax 1262 835 0783
e-mail: sales@epsi.com 

EPSI South Carolina
407 Smith Street
Timmonsville, SC 29161
phone 843 346 4378
fax 843 346 2053

EPSI California
13855 Struikman Road,
Cerritos, California 90703
phone 1 562 228 7989
fax 1 562 7991

EPSI Europe
Kiotoweg 601
3047 BG Rotterdam
The Netherlands
phone 31(0) 10 415 0155
fax 31 (0) 10 415 4099

EPSI China
437 m Hebang Building
No. 933 Tiantong Road North,
Ningbo, China 31592
phone 86-574 8827 8448
fax 86 -574 8303-0601


Jakobs Handelsonderneming BV/ Hangon Group
Beekstraat 9
5961 EC Horst, Holland
Tel. (31) 77 3988427
Tel. (31) 77 3988443
Fax. (31) 77 3988419
website: www.jakobs.nl 
Email : biek@jakobs.nl 

Great Britain
Tel +44 (0) 1952 670 247
Fax: +44 (0) 1952 670 241
Website www.mocap.co.uk 
Email: sales@mocap.co.uk
Srivasavi Adhesive Tapes Pvt Ltd
B-100 KSSIDC Industrial Estate
Bangalore 561203
Corporate Address:
#17/2, 2nd Floor
Kodigehalli Main Road
Above Sub-Registrar Office
Bangalore 560092
Contact Person
Anill Kumar
+918023629383,+918023629384, +919845321631, +919880588418

Shercon, Inc.
The Leader in Masking

10425 Slusher Drive, Santa Fe Springs CA, 90670 U.S.A.
Tel: 800.228.3218
Fax: 562.946.1015
E-mail : sales@shercon.com   
Website: www.shercon.com   
Shercon stocks a wide assortment of standard masking products for all your masking needs. We carry everything from masking plugs and caps to modular racks and hooks. And as always, our high temperature products continue the Shercon tradition of quality workmanship, superior materials and creative design. Call us today and let us help you improve your masking efficiency. 

Whether you need a Self-Threading Plug, silicone sheeting, green polyester tape, or an Ultrabake Starter Kit to get your project started, we've got you covered!