Powder Coating Questions, questions, questions . . .
These are the questions we are asked most frequently, if you have others, please contact us at email@example.com
What can be Powder Coated?
|fences||wrought iron work||car chassis|
|carparts||bed frames||chairs & tables|
|patio furniture||motorcycles||appliance parts|
|dune buggy frames||window frames||cabinet hardware|
|almost anything metal…|
What is Powder Coating?
Powder coating is a resin based product with different ingredients added for various applications – polyester, epoxy, urethane, or a hybrid mixture. Each offers a unique combination of desirable characteristics:
|high-gloss or semi-gloss||impact|
|electrical insulation||chemical action|
We also offer a moisture-resistant PLASTIC Coating – Great for items with lots of outdoor exposure.
Why should I choose Powder Coating?
If you want a finer quality, longer lasting color finish than what you can get with ordinary liquid paint. Powder coating is the way to go.
Today almost 15% of all protective coatings applied today are powder coating and that number continues to grow. Consumers have grown to expect and request the quality and durability of Powder Coating.
Does Powder Coating prevent rust?
Powder coating is durable and very long-lasting depending on its environment and how the items are used. It is not, however, a rust preventive. Pre-treatment and/or primer coating is helpful for longer coating life.
Can galvanized metal be powder coated?
Yes! Certain pre-treatment or “out-gassing” is required before coating, but both hot dip and electro galvanized materials can be powder coated.
How do I have my items Powder Coated?
- Remove all plastic, rubber, wood & excess oil or grease from your items.
- Bring your items to be coated into our facility during business hours.
- Choose the color you want from the many colors we carry in stock or order a special color.
- We prep your items, coat them and have them ready for you to pick up on your appointed delivery date.
For auto parts: Remember that we use sandblasting to prepare your parts for coating. You must be sure to thoroughly clean your parts of residual sand before you use them!
Need More Info?
We would love to help you with your powder coating questions and of course we look forward to doing business with you. Let us know how we can help you. Send us your questions or other comments at firstname.lastname@example.org