How It Works
Powder coating is a method of applying a decorative and protective finish to a wide range of parts and materials. The process uses very fine dry particles of resin with the pigment color of your choice.
The resin powder is applied with an electrostatically charged spray gun tip, which charges the powder as it moves through the nozzle, causing it to stick to the grounded object. This allows the powder to adhere to the object throughout the curing process.
The curing process involves heating the coated parts in a large oven. While curing, the powder is melted and fused together to form a strong and durable finish.
Powder coating is much more durable than conventional paints. It is highly resistant to chips, scratches, abrasion, high temperature, ultra-violet light, fuel, and chemicals. Powder coating also eliminates runs, drips, and sags and exhibits corrosion resistance properties which are difficult to achieve with other materials or methods.
Powder coatings come in a wide range of colors, including OEM, translucent, metallic, as well as custom colors mixed to your specification.