One of the benefits of powder coating is its versatility. While the technique is frequently associated with the automotive sector, it has several applications for other industries, such as manufacturing, appliances, and agriculture.
For those who haven’t heard about powder coating before, it’s a dry finishing technique that can be applied to a wide range of surfaces. The result is a soft new layer with vibrant colors. However, powder coating is much more than aesthetic improvement: It also offers extra durability as well as resistance to weather, corrosion, and impact. This is very useful because both rain and prolonged sun exposure can damage metal surfaces.
When compared to liquid painting, powder coating wins in efficiency, durability, and cost—which explains its increasing popularity. As we mentioned before, powder coating is extremely popular in the automotive industry. You can give your vehicle more personality and choose colors for the wheels and other parts.
However, it’s time to think outside the box—or should we say outside the car?
You can also take your outdoor decor to the next level with powder coating. After all, it’s summertime, and that means barbecue season. If your patio furniture is looking a bit old and dull, you can save money by powder coating it instead of buying new pieces. The same applies to your appliances.
Another industry that can substantially benefit from powder coating is agriculture. Tractors, excavators, and machines used in farmers’ fields are susceptible to weather conditions. Not only they are very expensive, but the weather can affect their durability. That’s where powder coating comes in: It adds extra protection to your farming equipment, so it can last longer, and you can reduce maintenance costs.
Whatever the reason you’re interested in powder coating, there are many benefits and possibilities. Come talk to our specialists at Electro Tech Powder Coating, and we’ll discuss your needs. Contact us through our website or just call (760) 746-0292 to get a free estimate.Read More