Powder Coating Textured Finishes

wood grain finishFull Blown Coatings has been offering our customers in Salt Lake City, Provo, and Ogden the very best powder coating options in Utah for some time now. We’re a fully approved and licensed applicator of high-performance powder coatings as well as acrylics, epoxys, and polyesters.

If you’re new to powder coating, it is simply a type of protective finish that is applied as a free-flowing dry powder. The powder’s base itself consists of resins, pigments, leveling agents, flow modifiers, and other curing agents. These ingredients are melted, mixed, cooled, and ground into a fine powder that has a striking resemblance to baking flour.

An attraction between the powder particles and the object occurs which is necessary for the powder to adhere to the item. Once the process is completed, your object will stand out because of its beautiful color and you’ll love that it’s scratch resistant. This decorative and protective finish is tougher than conventional paint.

One of the other really cool things about powder coating is the variety of texture finishes that can be applied to the object being treated by our specialists. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at the different textured options available to you including a sand finish or perhaps you would rather put a non-slip texture on your item. Moreover, there are several kinds of art textured finishes to choose from including hammer tone, wrinkle grain, sand grain, wood grain, orange-peel grain, and others. If you have something else in mind, consult with one of our specialists to see if we can put together a custom order to your liking.

All these finishes are offered in both weather resistant and non-weather resistant grades providing some added functionality for your part or object.

The choices available to you are numerous. We will do everything we can to make your part decorative, functional, and something that you’ll be proud to show others. Stop by Full Blown Coatings or give us a call and let’s get started making your next powder coating project one that you’ll end up enjoying for years to come.