Powder gun settings overview


  1. kV = high voltage in kiloVolt
  2. µA = spray current in microamps = 35 µA
  3. E = total air = 4.0 Nm 3 / h (h = hour)
  4. % = Powder output rate = 60%
  5. Recipe # 3


Orange glowing ring at the top right = On / Off

Top left green LED = activated (otherwise idle state)


With  E = 4 and% 60;

50 to 80 kV is recommended for the application of the  first layer. Possible up to 100 kV with  100 µA 

The range of values ​​for the second layer  varies between  100 kV with  10 µA and  50 kV with  20 µA

The maximum voltage setting is 100 kV, which works better for angular workpieces. Usually possible up to 90 kV with 22-35  µA 



    Coating angular workpieces

    Setting values
    1. kV  90 = 90,000 V
    2. µA  35 = 3.5 x 10 -5   A
    3. E 4.0 Nm 3 / h or lt / min
    4. %  60 = Powder emission fraction = Powder coating in spray air
    5. Recipe # 3


    High kV setting can help


    The higher the setting, the stronger the charge / adhesion.

    As a rule,

    • the more detailed and complex the part, the lower the KV setting.
    • High settings are ideal for flat parts and for the outside of the box-like parts.
    • Improve transfer efficiency (more powder particles in part)
    • Increase the distance between the gun and the part.
    • to get a very even coverage on flat surfaces.



    Three shortcut keys for recipes (below the display)

    1. Flat or first layer
    2. Overcoat or second coat
    3. Square edged workpieces






    Assembly instructions Electron Master M




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    Two-coat process / overcoating tips

    Application of a second powder coating layer on the 1st layer


    The range of values ​​for the second layer  fluctuates between  100 kV with  10 µA and  50 kV with  20 µA, even up to 20 kV ...

    Possibly increase the% amount of the powder used

    1. Use the earthing tester

    First layer 4 millimeters thick? Create a bare metal point on the part so that it can be grounded

    2. Check powder coating values

    3. Does the first coat have stains, problems with significant peeling or rust breakage?

    4. Cleaning the product surface





    Test experience powder coating guns ELECTRON


    Powder coating of angular parts 

    Result of the coating:

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    Decide for yourself by the images of the section click


    • Excellent electrostatics

    • Even powder output


    Efficient coating of the edges is always a challenge!





    In this video we consciously use used parts ...

    ... to demonstrate under real conditions.

    Flat parts

    Excellent electrostatics save amount of powder



    Complicated shapes

    Quick setting by remote control