What is powder coating?
What can and cannot be powder coated?
Wood & Fabric
Preparing for powder coating
1) Identify Materials (No auto parts or wheel rims.)
• Solid metal? If no, anything non-metal must be taken off.
• Attached or connected to anything? Must be pre-removed and be individual metal pieces.
2) Can it Hang?
• Everything being powder coated must be able to hang to ensure the coat fully covers the entire surface area that needs to be applied the paint.
• We can make holes for you in most metals. However, we are not responsible if you change your mind about where the holes are made.
3) Inspect for Chemical Bath or Sand Blasting Needs
• If the item(s) are even the slightest dusty, dirty, or oily it should be chemical bathed to allow for smooth coating.
• When there is rust, corrosion, old paint, etc on the item(s) they should be sand blasted to maximize adhesion of the coat.
4) Note Size and Shape
• Exact dimensions are needed to quote the gig.
• You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or text us at 407-952-0862 with specifications, diagrams and/or images for faster and easier quoting.
5) Choose Color
• We have a wide range of RAL powder coating colors from multiple providers to allow us to best fit your needs.
- Products are measured and inspected for readiness upon arrival.
- Any chemical bathing that is needed is done to clean the metal.
- If chemical bathed, the metal sits in a designated spot to dry for the appropriate time period.
- The metal is hung on the chains and hooks attached along our hanging conveyor belt.
- Moving along the conveyor belt, the metal is powder coated throughly.
- Next, the metal immediately moves into the super hot curing booth to dry and solidify the coat.
- As the metal reaches the end of the hanging conveyor belt, they are carefully taken off and placed in a completed area for pick up.
- We contact you once it is completed and you are billed after the job is done.