ALL-COLOR POWDER COATING FAQS
Powder coating is a technique used to apply a decorative and protective finish to a wide range of products that are used by both manufacturers and consumers. The powder is a mixture of finely ground particles of pigment and resin, which is electrostatically charged and sprayed on to the products to be coated. The charged powder particles adhere to the electrically grounded surfaces until heated and fused into a smooth coating in a curing oven. The result is a uniform, durable, high-quality and attractive finish. Powder coating is a superior finish that’s found on hundreds of products. Please click on the link below to view a video from the Powder Coating Institute (PCI) showing how you come in contact with powder every day.
All-Color Powder Coating offers the best in powder coating services for both metal and MDF projects. With over 150 years of combined powder coating experience, we are able to assist you in every step of the powder coating process. We wil be your guide from color selection all the way to having your parts delivered on-time, with one of our trucks. The combination of All-Color’s first-class service, knowledgeable, bilingual staff, state-of-the-art equipment and modern facility is what makes All-Color Powder Coating an industry leader that sets us apart from our competition. We are one of the few custom coaters in the United States that is PCI 3000 certified by the Powder Coating Institute for powder application on steel, aluminum and heat sensitive substrates such as MDF. Be sure to work with us on your next project and experience the All-Color difference.
A powder coated surface is more resistant to chipping, scratching, fading and wearing than other surfaces. There is a wide variety of colors from high and low gloss to metallic and clear finishes. Texture selections range from smooth to wrinkle or matte, as well as rough textures to hide surface imperfections.
The appliance industry uses powder coating on front and side panels of ranges and refrigerators, washing machine tops and lids, dryer drums, air-conditioner cabinets, water heaters, dishwasher racks and cavities of microwave ovens.The automotive industry uses powder coating on wheels, bumpers, hubcaps, door handles, decorative trim and accent parts, truck beds, radiators, filters and numerous engine parts. There are also many every day uses for powder coated products such as lighting fixtures, antennas, golf clubs, ski poles, bicycles, exercise equipment, display racks, shelves, store fixtures, metal furniture, thumbtacks, rulers, barbecue grills, patio furniture, garden tools, tool boxes, and more.
METAL POWDER COATING FAQS
No. Rust needs to be removed by some mechanical means such as sandblasting.
Yes. Our ovens reach temperatures up to 450 degrees thus any component that will be affected by such temperatures must be removed before coating.