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Powder Coating

Powder coating is a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. The main difference between a conventional liquid paint and powder coating is. A dry paint method that creates a durable skin over the surface it's applied to. Powder coating is primarily used with metal, such as extruded aluminum. Dry powder is bonded to the metal electro statically and then heated. The powder melts, sealing the metal in a scratch-resistant coating


Clean parts is key to proper coating finish. All parts need to be free of grease, bearings, wheel weights, bolts and seals from parts. This needs to be done before we receive the parts to be powder coated. There is an additional 30% charge for second coats or extreme media blasting.


Our oven can accommodate up to a 4x6x8 part.


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