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Chicago Powder Coat Blog

  • 02
    Aug

    Recycling & Reuse at Powder Coat Chicago… It Adds Up

      When you look at recycling in everyday life, we all separate the items that we discard. A can here, a plastic bottle there, what does it add up to? At S&B Finishing, It adds up. The total recycling at S&B Finishing, a powder coating company in Chicago, for...

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  • 30
    May

    4 Keys to Success in Business… for 40 Years!

    Celebrating 40 years of business success is a milestone in most businesses. When you consider that only 50% of new businesses survive past their first year and a third make it to ten years. But on this day at S&B Finishing, a Chicago based Powder Coating company, the focus...

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  • 04
    May

    The Effects of Powder Coating on the Environment

    There are so many ways to protect our environment from the amount of pollution our planet earth takes everyday. You can ride your bike, recycle, or turn on eco mode in your 2017 car. Yes, things have changed and the ability to help protect the environment has gotten easier...

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  • 27
    Apr

    Powder Coating vs Liquid Coating

    Every time any of us are having work done, some of us feel a little uneasy that it just might not turn out the way we would like it. So if you would like to take a product or part to be painted I would understand why you might...

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  • 18
    Apr

    Powder Coating: Thermoplastics vs. Thermosetting

    It is time to go behind the scenes with powder coating and ask ourselves what does powder coating really come down to? In the professional world of powder coating there’s two divisions that powder coating types can really be summarized into and that is thermoplastic and thermosetting. What is...

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  • 04
    Apr

    A Brief History of Powder Coating

    When discovering the history of powder coating, like with everything else, powder coating didn’t start over night. It’s a technique that was perfected over the years and this method can be traced to as early as the late 1940s. During this time powders were flame sprayed on metallic substrates....

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