Seminars & Trainings

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Powder Coating Basics

Colors are much more than just red, yellow or blue, and every member of the coating industry ought to know at least a little more about it.

Our ready-made training programs are both online and offline, and we also offer an option of developing a special program on demand. We are always ready to answer any of your questions individually or organize a Q&A seminar for your employees.

A whole bunch of related aspects will be dealt with on basis of our main speaker Rodger Talbert’s seminars’ material.



Q&A seminar program*:

  • Cleaning process
  • Rinsing
  • Powder gun adjustments and control
  • Spray wash process
  • Recovery systems
  • Cyclone recovery system
  • Back ionization
  • Troubleshooting

*content sample. Q&A seminars may include answers to any questions in the industry topic

Powder coatings: Basic level – 1

  • Powder
  • Coating
  • Materials
  • Parts and equipment preparation
  • Powder application technology
  • Powder application chambers
  • Curing process and equipment.

Powder coatings: Advanced level – 2

  • Powder
  • Coating
  • Materials
  • Parts and equipment preparation
  • Powder application technology
  • Powder application chambers
  • Curing process and equipment
  • Powder coatings’ quality
  • Troubleshooting

B2B Sales

  • B2B sales formulas
  • Establishing rapport
  • Why are questions important?
  • How to present a product
  • Working with objections
  • How to make a deal

The seminars are held by Rodger Talbert

Rodger Talbert has been working in the paint and coatings industry for over 42 years. He worked for a custom coater for 10 years before leaving to work for company that designs, builds and installs coating systems in engineering, sales & marketing. He ran a coatings consulting business from 1993 until 2009 before taking a position with the Powder Coating Institute (PCI) as Technical Director and later Executive Director of PCI. He left PCI in 2012 to be the Field Technical Director of TCI Powder Coatings and later went to work for Col-Met Engineered Finishing Solutions as Director of Business Development, working on the design and sales of liquid paint booths, powder booths, ovens and other finishing system equipment.

Mr. Talbert left Col-Met in 2017 and resuemed his business as a Consultant, teacher and writer, working in all of the different areas of expertise he has been involved in since 1976.