A professional finish is more than just an aesthetic choice. Coatings serve two primary functions: decoration and protection. With a professional finish, a product is more secure because it seals out dust, dirt, debris, and moisture. This ensures a product is long-lasting with the right maintenance and care.
Powder coating, in particular, is one of the most popular professional finishes. Powder coating is applied in a way that’s unique compared to other applications, which is why it serves many different purposes in professional finishing including:
- Increasing the durability of the final product: It’s essential to use a professional finish that’s capable of great durability to ensure the final product is just as durable. Powder coatings are especially resistant to corrosion and abrasion, which makes them advantageous when it comes to maintaining the quality of a product.
- Increasing the longevity of the product: Improving the quality and durability of the product also increases its longevity. Unlike other professional finishes, powder coating can last for years. What’s more, the professional finish remains vivid and bright with less fading over a long period of time despite UV radiation and use. The longer a finish lasts, the longer the product lasts. And the longer the product lasts, the happier the customer purchasing that product will be.
- Increasing the different styles of the available product: When buying products such as appliances and furniture, customers enjoy having a wide variety of colors and finishes available to them. Powder coating offers that variety. Powder coating comes available in metallic, high gloss, low gloss, and clear finishes. Experienced powder coating services may be able to provide you with certain colors, too, although color matching can be challenging compared to liquid coating.
- Lowering the cost of the final product: Powder coating is more cost-efficient than other types of professional finishes. This is because powder coating requires little cleanup when it’s done correctly. What’s more, because powder coating is less toxic than solvent-based coatings, you don’t need to worry about using extensive air treatment and exhaust systems. The more cost-efficient the finishing process is, the lower the cost of the final product and happier your customers will be.
Powder coating can be difficult to apply without a professional hand. Fortunately, Professional Finishing offers both powder and liquid coating services to ensure your professional finish is done right. For more information on professional powder coating services, contact Professional Finishing today.