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  • What is Powder Coating?
    Powder Coating is a dry finishing process that is used on a variety of metal products. A dry mix of resins, pigments and fillers melt and fuse together into a solid coating while curing in a high temperature oven. Powder Coating offers a superior finish while adding properties such as resistance to corrosion, chemicals, heat, impact, abrasion, UV rays and other extreme weather conditions. Although Powder Coating is tough and impact-resistant, it is still able to easily withstand flexing action (i.e. springs).
  • What are some known facts about Powder Coating?
    Powder is tough, attractive, durable, scratch-resistant, versatile, long-lasting and available in almost any color.
  • How does powder adhere to a surface?
    The application process involves applying a charge to the dry powder particles and sprying them onto a grounded substrate (part). The substrate is grounded so the powder will then be attracted to the surface.
  • What colors are available?
    Any color is available in Powder Coating for all interior and exterior applications. Once you know what color you want, our powder coating personnel will assist you in matching the perfect color. We offer a variety of colors in stock for quick turnaround time.
  • What type of materials can be coated?
    All objects made from metal can be powder coated including: steel, aluminum, brass, copper, bronze, titanium, magnesium, aluminum, castings, etc.
  • What are some items that can be Powder Coated?
    Some common items that can be Powder Coated include patio and indoor furniture, auto/plane/boat parts, plumbing and light fixtures, AC units, fencing, sculptures, hand rails, statues, lamp posts and much more! Virtually anything metal can be Powder Coated.
  • Why is Powder Coating better than liquid paint?
    Powder Coating is far superior to liquid paint due to having a thicker coat, which is more resistant to chipping, scratching and fading. Powder Coating has the ability to be applied to more objects, as opposed to liquid paint.
  • What powder is best-suited for outdoors and combatting harsh weather?
    Polyester powders provide additional protection against outside weathering conditions. Polyester powders do provide additional advantages in protection against ultraviolet and weathering resistance.
  • Can coil springs be Powder Coated?
    Yes- Powder Coatings are very flexible, and can flex with the metal as the spring coils and recoils to its stationary position. Also epoxy, acrylic and hybrid powders provide excellent adhesion and hardness for improved resistance to chipping, abrasion, corrosion and chemicals. It is also flexible enough to be formable without cracking.
  • How does the process work?
    The process is relatively simple. A finely ground powder is applied to a part using a powder gun that charges the powder being applied so that the powder electrostatically adheres to the grounded part. The part is then placed in the curing oven where the powder melts and cures, becoming cross-linked to the part producing a continuous hard coating.
  • Can parts be coated with clear Powder Coating?
    Clear Powder Coat will keep newly polished aluminum rims looking like the day they were polished. Clear Powder Coat is also good to protect plumbing and inside, outside lighting fixtures.
  • Can powder colors be matched?
    Powder colors can be matched. If the color needed is not within the standard colors available by the manufacturer, a sample can be sent to the manufacturer to match. Extra time would be required for this process.
  • Are there different finishes available?
    Powders come in high and low gloss, metallic, textured and clear finishes. Powder textures range from smooth to wrinkled and even matte. Rough powder textures are designed to hide imperfections.
  • Can polished parts be coated in clear?
    Clear Powder Coat is available in semi gloss and high gloss. Polished parts coated with clear eliminate the need to continuously repolish your parts.
  • Is powder coating more cost effective than liquid paint?
    Yes, powder coating is more cost effective than liquid paint. Powder coating is extremely durable and does not require upkeep and reapplication like liquid paint.. Powder coating also typically only needs one coat. Liquid paint often needs multiple coats before an item is completely covered, costing you time and money.
  • Is Powder Coating environmentally friendly or green?
    Powder has no VOC's and is HAPs free.
  • What forms of payment do you accept?
    We accept checks and cash.



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