Infrared Paint Curing for Your Electric Vehicle
The challenge is that all EV manufacturers have temperature limitations for their vehicles’ battery packs, and all are different. Even the same manufacturer could have different limitations for their different models.
The problem is that conventional convection spray booths (which are used by most auto body shops) result in temperatures that are right at the limit of virtually all manufacturers’ recommendations around 140 degrees.
Curing by convection heat will heat-up the entire vehicle, including the interior parts, and not specifically the surface section of the vehicle where the coating is applied.
How do we eliminate the potential issues with electric vehicle battery packs?
THE ANSWER IS INFRARED CURING!
Infrared radiation does not penetrate more than a few millimeters below the surface of the vehicle, far removed from battery packs and sensitive comfort and convenience electronics.