Media blasting is the removal of rust, paint and other finishes. It is a necessary step to make the metal bare before coating.
All parts will be cleaned with a phosphate wash system. This is an important step before powder coating to assure that there is no dirt or grease left behind on the part.
High temperature tape and plugs will be used on parts where powder should not be coated.
Powder coating is a method of using a completely dry finishing process on a wide range of materials and products. It is composed of finely grounded particles of resin and pigments that are electrostatically charged and sprayed onto the parts to be coated. The parts are electrically grounded so that the charged particles adhere to them until melted and fused into a smooth and solid coating in a curing oven. The result is a high-quality, durable and long lasting finish.
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Items that can be powder coated consist of railings, patio furniture, automotive parts, motorcycle parts, ATV parts, etc. All parts must fit into a 22’L by 7 1/2’W by 7 1/2’H oven. We offer a wide variety of colors and finishes. These include gloss, semi-gloss, candy colors and two toning.
Ceramic coating is recommended for use on parts that are exposed to extremely high temperatures, such as headers or exhaust pipes. It can withstand temperatures from 1,500oF to 2,000oF, depending on the color. It is an extremely hard finish that is not susceptible to rust or chipping.
*Outgassing can occur in cast metals. During the curing process, these gases can bubble up through the coated surface causing imperfections on the finished surface. We do our best to prevent this from happening, but unfortunately it is not always preventable.