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Old 09-25-2012
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Re: Frameless steel construction

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Originally Posted by Capt.aaron View Post
Ya, so has anybody ever thought of building a big ass oven, would powder coating a boat make it impervious to corrosion? What do you need, some bricks and insulation and a fire maker machine?
There are some fairly big ovens out there - hot rodders get complete frames coated but that's a long way from a steel 35 footer.

It's tough stuff but not indestructible - I don't know what you'd do if it was breached - it would start to rust under the coating. You can't spot repair it like paint.

I think the epoxy paint industry is safe for a while longer.
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