What is Powder Coating?
Powder Coating is the preferred finishing method by top manufacturers of metal products.
The process is to apply the powder coat electrostatically and then it is cured under heat to allow it to flow until it forms a skin-like coating over an object. The results provide a finish that is much tougher than a conventional paint coating.
Customers are not limited with the colors of the finish. Bright colors, deep neutral colors and various color combinations can be used to create fading and blending to achieve the color you want to replicate your brand or create new styles.
Powder coating is ideal for finishing multiple objects because you can get a uniform finish. Unlike paint, powder coating is preferred because there are no solvents used, and this means you will not have any color running or any streaks on your product.
Powder Coatings are often measured by characteristics such as:
- Overbake stability
- Exterior durability
- Corrosion protection
- Ability to resist chemical solvents
- Ease of application
S&B Finishing technicians are experts in how to powder coat metal parts so that they have the characteristics your product needs.
Types of Powder Coating
There are various types of powder coats offered to provide different protection and visual appeal to metal parts. Among these:
- Aliphatic Urethanes
- Epoxy Coating
- Functional Coatings
- Fusion-Bonded Epoxies
- TGIC Polyesters
Powder Coat Chicago Corporate Customers
S&B Finishing offers expert powder coating service to corporate clients in the Chicago area and nationally. We have worked with these leading corporations because we meet their specific requirements and characteristics and then deliver quality results consistently.
- General Motors
- John Deere
- Axalta Coatings
- Rohm and Haas
- Tiger Drylac
- And More…