Powder coating is a method that is employed to apply a sheet of paint without solvents. It is the latest form of coating in the industry. This type of coating is usually used to create a long-lasting finish on metals and offers flexibility to adapt to various thicknesses. You can use this covering in materials such as aluminum, medium density fiberboards, epoxy fused, and acrylic. In-vehicle powder coating is also very popular.
In powder coating to produce smooth finishing, polymer granules are mixed with pigments and powder ingredients. The mixture is heated in an extruder. It is then cooled and rolled flat before being broken into pieces. The chips are then milled to be produced as powder. Given that you can mix any pigment into the mixture, the colors you can create are limitless.
To apply powder coating on an object, you could heat either thermoplastic or a thermoset polymer material powder, and the resulting finish would make it stick to the usually metallic surface. This may sound like a very tedious process, but experts use a specialized gun to spray the powder.
The gun gives an electronic charge to the powder causing it to stick to the surface. Then the object is usually heated, causing the powder to melt and sticking to the surface, producing a durable, smooth, attractive coating. The final cured coating is somewhat similar or far better to the effects of applying a two-pack wet paint. By giving the object a powder coating, the product ends up relatively durable and abrasion-resistant. There are chances of error.
Problems can occur when applying the powder coating. It is because of a lack of planning. Each item needs to be handled differently based on the nature of the coating and materials applied. So it's vital to always work with professionals.Rustylions Powder coatingis recognized for formulating the highest quality powder coating services, we specialize in powder coat, sandblasting, cerakote for high temp applications, paint, and similar services.
Rusty Lions is the best nylon powder coater that offers both fluidized beds (dip) options and spray parts capability. We provide certified color formulations for all standard colors in our spectrophotometer, or we can match accurately to any color sample. For more information, contact Rusty Lions at 347-613-8103 / 973-459-8515.