Why Powder Coat?

The performance characteristics of powder coating exceed the characteristics achieved from conventional solvent based coatings.  A powder coated surface is a long lsting, high quality finish resistant to cracking, peeling, fading and scratching, leaving the surface abrasion, corrosion and chemically resistant.

Powder coating is available in a wide range of finishes, colours and effects, such as ripple, hammertone, texture, leather, pearl and many more.

Powder Coating Wheels

What can be Powder Coated?

Powder coating is a process where a dry powder consisting of a solvent free dry mixture of plastic resins, pigment and fillers are sprayed onto the surface o an item. The powder is electrostatically charged so that it holds to the object.

The item is then placed in an oven and heated, causing a chemical reaction that melts the powder and fuses it onto the item, creating a smooth and highly durable finish.

Powder coating can be applied to any object that holds an electrostatic charge and can withstand high temperatures.

What are the advantages of Powder Coating?

  • Environmentally friendly – no solvents required
  • Cost-effective
  • Finishes are tough and flexible making it harder to chip or crack
  • Generally gives a 100% solid coating
  • Almost no waste produced
  • Massive range of colours and finishes
  • Rust free
  • Can be applied over a wide range of thicknesses
  • Can produce thick coatings without running or sagging
  • Special effects are easily accomplished
  • Fast turnaround times
  • Protection against external UV fading
  • Exceptional colour retention
  • Excellent electrical insulation capabilities
  • Resistant to most chemicals and solvents
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