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FAQs

Q: What is powder coating?
A: Powder coating is a method for finishing products through the application of tiny dry paint particles. Powder coating is sometimes referred to as “dry painting”. Rather than applying the paint in a wet state, we use a clean and efficient electrostatic powder coating process that relies on the attraction between charged particles that are fused together.  This process is generally less prone to mistakes than traditional wet spray.  Further, powder coating does not require the use of harmful chemicals and is environmentally friendly.

After the powder is initially applied, it is baked out in our oven. The coating then melts around the part, creating a durable finish around the metal.

Unlike wet spray painting, the powder dries very quickly, and, it's ready to go as soon as it comes out of the oven and cools down.

Q: How many colors are there?
A: There are thousands of colors to choose from. If you already have a color in mind, bring it in so that we can match it as closely as we can without sacrificing quality. Chances are we'll have more than one option for you to choose from.

Q. How smooth and consistent is a powder coated finish?
A: One of the many advantages of powder coatings over liquid coatings is the consistent nature of the final finish. Due to the application methods of powder coatings you never have to worry about drips, sags, runs or light spots that can occur with wet paint.

Q: What Can Be Coated?
A: Any metal object that can hold an electrostatic charge and withstand the heat (400 degrees) of the curing process can be powder coated. Powder can be applied to intricate surfaces and still maintain a uniform finish across the entire piece.

Q: How do you handle holes with threads & other areas that need to stay coating free?
A: High temperature masking can be applied to special surfaces such as threads or high tolerance areas to keep them from being coated. We also use high temperature silicon plugs for threaded holes or shafts. 
Q: What is powder coating?
A: Powder coating is a method for finishing products through the application of tiny dry paint particles. Powder coating is sometimes referred to as “dry painting”. Rather than applying the paint in a wet state, we use a clean and efficient electrostatic powder coating process that relies on the attraction between charged particles that are fused together.  This process is generally less prone to mistakes than traditional wet spray.  Further, powder coating does not require the use of harmful chemicals and is environmentally friendly.

After the powder is initially applied, it is baked out in our oven. The coating then melts around the part, creating a durable finish around the metal.

Unlike wet spray painting, the powder dries very quickly, and, it's ready to go as soon as it comes out of the oven and cools down.

Q: How many colors are there?
A: There are thousands of colors to choose from. If you already have a color in mind, bring it in so that we can match it as closely as we can without sacrificing quality. Chances are we'll have more than one option for you to choose from.

Q. How smooth and consistent is a powder coated finish?
A: One of the many advantages of powder coatings over liquid coatings is the consistent nature of the final finish. Due to the application methods of powder coatings you never have to worry about drips, sags, runs or light spots that can occur with wet paint.

Q: What Can Be Coated?
A: Any metal object that can hold an electrostatic charge and withstand the heat (400 degrees) of the curing process can be powder coated. Powder can be applied to intricate surfaces and still maintain a uniform finish across the entire piece.

Q: How do you handle holes with threads & other areas that need to stay coating free?
A: High temperature masking can be applied to special surfaces such as threads or high tolerance areas to keep them from being coated. We also use high temperature silicon plugs for threaded holes or shafts.