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    Is ceramic coating conductive or non-conductive??
    Anyone know??
    If it jams; Force it. And if it breaks it needed replacing anyway.

    I can go from 0 to "What seems to be the problem Officer?" in 3 seconds."

  • #2
    Re: Ceramic coating

    Conductive. Its got aluminum in it.

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    • #3
      Re: Ceramic coating

      Depends on the coating, cermakrome like coatings are conductive, not the others...
      WEIRD Performance & Coatings
      Sweden

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      • #4
        Re: Ceramic coating

        not looking for a chrome finu\ish.. just black possibly...
        Here is my issue and why i posted the question..
        My oven has a steel bar that slides out of it that the parts hang on... the bar slides onto a steel frame, thats where i spray the parts.
        I need to insulate the bar from the frame.. or at least insulate the tabs that i hang parts from. so that i'm not trying to charge the whole frame... just the part..
        i thought of the ceramic.. it will stand up to the hi tems and i was hoping non-conductive.
        If it jams; Force it. And if it breaks it needed replacing anyway.

        I can go from 0 to "What seems to be the problem Officer?" in 3 seconds."

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        • #5
          Re: Ceramic coating

          and why not HIGH temp powder ??
          it's non conductive and it holds up to 1000 deg.

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          • #6
            Re: Ceramic coating

            true.. the hi-temp black would do nicely..
            If it jams; Force it. And if it breaks it needed replacing anyway.

            I can go from 0 to "What seems to be the problem Officer?" in 3 seconds."

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