What if there was a way to coat metal pieces with a durable, resistant material? A material that can handle any weather condition and any temperature? A material that protects the environment and reduces the use of chemicals? With powder coating, we can make that happen.
What is Powder Coating?
Powder coating is the process of using a thermoset powder to cover a metal piece, which is then locked into place with high heat. In a 400 degree oven, a chemical reaction takes place and the coating becomes a hard, impenetrable surface. With powder coating, you don’t have to worry about the rust and wear that comes with metal plating. Plastic can be melted and molded after being set, so it’s useless in high heat. But, when the thermoset powder chemically reacts with the heat, it is electrically charged, and forever set. After that, it can be subjected to anything – high temperatures, frigid temperatures, intense weather, and any element. With powder coating, you have a huge array of choices when it comes to colors and finishes. It’s the best solution when you want a metal piece to last a lifetime.