Powder coating is a dry finishing process, which is more durable than paint, that leaves a smooth, easy to clean surface. It is long-lasting and environmentally friendly, containing no toxins that are found in traditional liquid paint.
Unlike conventional paint, it is applied electrostatically as a dry powder and then cured under heat, protecting the most used and durable household products and machinery.
The powder coating process involves the following steps:
• Part preparation
• Powder application
Powder coated surfaces are resistant to most chemicals, which makes it a perfect coating for machinery and external surfaces. It can also withstand temperatures of up to 800° F. Powder coating has increasingly become the more commonly used surface finish by manufacturers to cut costs, maximize production and comply to stringent environmental regulations.
• Industrial and Automotive Parts
• Bicycle, ATV, and Motorcycle Frames and Parts
• Exterior Furniture and Railings
• Commercial Signage