Our Powder Coating Process

1 - Media Blasting

After your part is disassembled, we will do a thorough cleaning of the part.  We will need to remove all dirt, oil, grease, and grime from the part in order to have a clean application of the powder coating.

This process is done upon request

2 - Pre-Treatment

4-Stage Wash System

  1. Lacquer Thinner Hand Wash
  2. High Pressure (1,000 P.S.I.), High Temp Iron Phosphate Wash
  3. De-ionized Water Rinse
  4. Coral Surecoat 1900 Eclipse Sealer

3 - Pre-Bake

At this point, your part should be as clean as you can get it and down to bare metal. Pre-baking  heats up the oils inside of the part and drives them out.

We will put the part in the oven at 440F for 40-120 minutes.

(pending substrate thickness)

4 - Preparations

Masking is a tedious but required part of powder coating. Masking is also dependent on the part and it is the very last step before the part is powder coated.

5 - Application

All parts are grounded and powder is applied per manufacturer’s recommendations. Powder is applied in a dust free and clean environment with proper airflow during coating (100-120 cubic feet per minute). Compressed air provided at +38 degrees fahrenheit dew point or lower and contains less than 0.1-PPM oil with no particulate contaminants greater than 0.3 microns.

6 - Curing

Powder is cured according to manufacturer’s specifications based upon product specification sheet provided with specified powder. Substrate curing time is based upon core temperature cured at temperature. Thickness of finish checked and certified by use of certified mill reader. Job specific product to be cured according to spec between 45-120 minutes at manufacturer’s specified substrate core temperature.

Powder Coating Plus Clients

See our powder coated products

• Custom Powders
• 4 Stage Pretreatment System
• Coatings for All Metal Products
• Sandblasting
• Faux Finishes
• Quick Turn Arounds and More

We are here to handle all of your needs. call us today. We have a solution for every metal finishing need you may have!

What is powder coating is ideal for?

  • Antique Beds, Gliders and Chairs
  • Architectural Signage
  • Automotive Frames Wheels and Parts
  • Bicycle Frames and Parts
  • Industrial Fabrications
  • Large Bird Cages
  • Metal Fencing and Railings
  • Motorcycle Frames Wheels and Parts
  • Off Road Vehicle Frames and Parts
  • Retail Displays and Fixtures
  • Trade Show Exhibits
  • And much much more…