Professional Powder Coating For Any Industry
Powder coating is a dry finishing process that has become extremely popular since its introduction in North America over 40 years ago. More and more companies specify powder coatings for a high quality, durable finish, allowing for maximized production, improved efficiencies, and simplified environmental compliance. Used as functional (protective) and decorative finishes, powder coatings are available in an almost limitless range of colors and textures, and technological advancements have resulted in excellent performance properties.
Powder coating is a high quality finish found on thousands of products you come in contact with each day. Powder coating protects the roughest, toughest machinery as well as the household items you depend on daily. It provides a more durable finish than liquid paints can offer, while still providing an attractive finish. Powder coated products are more resistant to diminished coating quality as a result of impact, moisture, chemicals, ultraviolet light, and other extreme Weather conditions. In turn, this reduces the risk of scratches, chipping, abrasions, corrosion, fading, and other wear issues.
It’s tough. It looks great. And it lasts a long, long time. In addition to being durable, powder coating is an attractive choice due to environmental advantages.
Sand Blasting Services to Prepare Any Item
We offer a wide variety of media blasting solutions for removing paint, corrosion, or for aesthetics. We utilize media types such as sand, bi-carbonate(baking soda), and glass bead.
We use sandblasting on items that have old paint coatings, corrosion, rust that needs to be removed before powder coating.
Our team of sandblasting experts can help you determine what kind of sandblasting will provide you the best results at the right price. Our advanced removal services utilize special technologies which, unlike conventional chemical paint stripping, are environmentally safe and worker friendly. Our engineered paint removal works effectively on brick, stone, concrete, steel, aluminum, wood and fiberglass.
Chemical Stripping Available for Sensitive Items
Metallizing Services for Extreme Corrosion Protection
Metallizing is the general name for the technique of coating metal on the surface of objects via a thermal spray process. Metallizing applied in such a manner provides corrosion protection to steel for decades longer than paint alone. Zinc and aluminum are the most commonly used materials for metallizing steel.
Parts must be prepared with abrasive blasting before metallizing. There are a few different types of metallizing and our expert team will help you determine what makes sense for your project.”
Let our chromate conversion system handle all your chromate needs.
Chromate conversion coating is a type of conversion coating used to passivate aluminum, zinc, cadmium, copper, silver, magnesium and tin alloys. It is used on ferrous substrates. This process is used to enhance the phosphate coating.
Chromate is commonly performed on zinc plated parts to make them more durable. The chromate coating acts like paint, protecting the zinc from white corrosion, this can make the part several times more durable.
Thermoplastic materials are one of the many types of coatings known for their
recyclability and application versatility. Thermoplastics soften when heated, and the more the heat is administered, the less viscous they become.
The process of curing is completely reversible, making it possible to remold and recycle the material without its physical properties being negatively affected. A majority of the materials used to provide high strength, flexibility, and shrink-resistance and can serve in both low and high-stress applications.
Exhaust Systems Coatings
Architectural Powder Coating
Buildings are here to last. That’s why we are here to protect and enhance the beauty and longevity of buildings all over the world by using the right mix.
We formulate to provide a high level of design freedom that makes it easy to match glass, steel, plastic, wood or virtually any other building material. Colors and textures are easily adjusted to suit individual aesthetic preferences without compromising essential functional properties such as weather ability or impact and abrasion resistance.
Exposure: The main difference between AAMA #2604 and AAMA #2605 is their longevity. AAMA #2604 powder coatings can withstand exposure for around five years. The finish will continue to retain gloss and color during this time span. AAMA #2605 is more resistant.Dec 19, 2019