Powder coating your products will protect and decorate your products. More importantly, a powder coating will improve the quality of your products. Learn more about powder coatings below so you can make an informed decision about which coating is right for your product.
What Is a Powder Coating?
Powder coatings are a dry finish process. This type of coating is applied electrostatically. Unlike other liquid coatings, a powder coat is either a thermoset polymer or a thermoplastic that is cured under heat. The coating will adhere to the product to provide a durable seal.
This non-porous, durable coating does not chip or peel like paint will when exposed to the harsh elements, as it is chip and peel resistant. It is ideal for any products that are used indoors or outside. It can provide protection from corrosion and other moisture damage. Additionally, the coating provides a shield against damage. A powder coat applied to any product will help to not only protect against corrosion but it will also help to protect against dents and dings.
Powder coating is a step ahead of liquid paints when it comes to durability, but you do not have to sacrifice style. You can choose from a range of color choices to add beauty to your product with these coatings. You get a durable beautiful finish that enhances your product.
Allows for Easy Maintenance and Sustainability
Powder coated goods are easy to maintain for the end-user. All it takes is a damp rag to wipe the surface and the product looks great. Soap and water can easily clear any built-up debris.
Powder coats are also low in volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are known pollutants. This makes powder coatings an environmentally friendly finish option. Addtionally, during the coating process, powder that is not used is recycled for future use.
This scratch and wear-resistant coating will extend the useful life of any product. Powder coating can be used on metal products, wood products, ceramics, composites, glass, and more. It can be exactly the solution you need to protect and decorate your product. Learn more about powder coating options and how it can improve your products by contacting Professional Finishing today.