Finding a metal finish with sufficient strength, durability, and lasting power is a tricky business. Chip, corrosion, abrasion, and many other forms of chemical and natural erosion are nearly impossible to avoid, but incredibly feasible to minimize. Powder coating is the best possible option for metal finishing on the market today. Whether you’re looking to protect the toughest industrial machinery or a heavy-duty home appliance, a powder coated metal finish can provide the impenetrable safeguard you never thought possible.
Why Choose Powder Coating for Your Metal Finish
Powder coating lends itself so well to metal finishing because of the intricacy of its process. Powder coating is a type of protective finish that is applied as a free-flowing dry powder. Made and refined from a base of resins, pigments, leveling agents, flow modifiers, and other curing agents, the powder is then fluidized to improve the electrostatic charge of the individual particles that will eventually bond with the metal and create a uniform, compact finish. The powder is applied with an electrostatic spray gun to most accurately distribute the powder, then the parts are cured in an oven at 350-400 degrees. Here the coating chemically reacts to the metal and creates long molecular chains, resulting in a cross-link density that ensures an incredibly strong metal finish.
The Right Strength, The Right Look
Choosing powder coating for your metal finish guarantees you a more attractive finish as well as greater durability. Our process creates the most attractive finish possible for any metal part. It also provides the widest possible variety of color and texture options. Powder coating is a unique and versatile metal finishing applications. Our design experts and technicians can help guide you in order to get exactly what you’re looking for. If you have any questions about metal finishing, powder coating, or what we can do for you, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re here to provide the best of all aspects of service, including answering whatever questions you might have.