Powder Coat

Powder coating is a popular finishing process used to apply a durable and protective coating to various types of materials, including metal, plastic, and wood. It involves applying a dry powder coating to the surface, which is then cured using heat to create a tough and resilient finish. The powder coating is typically made of a mixture of pigment, resin, and additives, which are electrostatically charged and sprayed onto the surface. The charged powder particles adhere to the surface, and during the curing process, they melt and fuse together, forming a smooth and uniform coating. Powder coating offers several advantages, including excellent durability, resistance to corrosion, impact, and UV radiation. It is available in a wide range of colors and finishes, providing both decorative and protective properties. Powder coating is commonly used in various industries, including automotive, furniture, appliances, and architectural applications.