Powder Coating

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Powder Coating Spray Paint

Providing beautiful tough protection from the elements

Powder coating is an advanced finishing process that creates a tougher finish than conventional paint.  It is extensively used in industrial finishing for a wide range of parts, materials and products where a decorative and protective coating is required to protect the product from heat, cold, grime, scratching, corrosion or bleaching.

Our main customers are in the agricultural and industrial sector although we process for many other industries. Powder coating is more hard wearing than some paints and is a quicker application than wet paint.

We can provide single coat powder coat to primer and top coat to provide protection from many elements of the environment. We can apply Polyester powder, Epoxy-poly and Plascoat.

We select from the latest powders to provide the finish that matches our customer’s requirements for the finished product.  We provide different formulations to provide a range of protective options.  We also provide a full range of colours and finishes enabling us to match exactly to our customers colour standards.

 

 

The Process

The powder coating process involves three basic steps:

1. Pre-treatment: The removal of oil, grease or other substances is essential prior to the powder coating process and our team assesses the method of removal. The choice of pre-treatment method depends on the material of the part to be powder coated, the type of substance to be removed and the performance requirement of the finished product. We use both chemical treatments and blasting to prepare metal for powder application. Our pre-treatment processes will both clean and improve the bonding of the powder to the metal.

2. Powder application: We apply powder using spray guns with a range of nozzles according to the size of the product and its performance requirements.

3. Curing: The final stage of the process, curing, requires the product to be heated at a certain temperature for a certain length of time in order to establish the full properties for which the material was designed. Powders cure at different temperatures for different times and our team are experienced in all types of powder coating curing schedules.

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ISO 9001:2000

We are proud to have attained the British Standard BS EN ISO 9001:2000 which sets quality management system standards for our Shot Blasting, Metal Spraying, Paint Spraying and Powder Coating processes.

Proud to have worked with:

  • APB
  • Broadcrown

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Facility for large scale items up to 6.45 metres

Quick turnaround times available.