Today, Powder Coating is the preferred finishing method by the top manufacturers of metal products in all industries nationwide.
The process involves appling the powder coat electrostatically and then it is cured under heat to allow it to flow until it forms a skin-like coating over an metal object. This process results in a finish that is much durable than a conventional paint coating.
Because powder coating does not have a liquid carrier, it can produce thicker coatings than conventional liquid coatings without running or sagging, and powder coating produces minimal appearance differences between horizontally coated surfaces and vertically coated surfaces. Because no carrier fluid evaporates away, the coating process emits few volatile organic compounds (VOC). Finally, several powder colors can be applied before curing them all together, allowing color blending and bleed special effects in a single layer.
Our customers have an unlimited choice of colors with various blending and fading options to replicate their brand or create exciting new styles to market their products.
Powder coating produces a uniform finish that is ideal for finishing multiple objects. Unlike solvent based paint, powder coating is preferred because you will not have any color running or any streaks on your finished products.
Powder Coatings feature characteristics such as:
Various types of powder coats are available to provide different protection and visual appeal to metal parts.
In addition to being the more durable and attractive choice, powder coating is also highly protective of our environment.
Environmentally friendly powder coating overspray can be recycled, and thus it is possible to achieve nearly 92% use of the coating.
Powder coatings contain no solvents and therefore emit negligible, if any, polluting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into the atmosphere.
Powder coating is a clean process, allowing exhaust air from the coating booth to be returned to the plant, and less oven air is exhausted to the outside. Heating and cooling costs are eliminated for make-up air and the cost for maintaining oven temperatures is minimized.