METAL GATES & RAILINGS POWDER COATING

Powder coating gives gates a harder more durable decorative finish. If your gates have sustained substantial wear and tear, or have rust all over them, then powder coating is the solution you’re looking for. The gate will be gently blasted by hand to remove any particles and leave a smooth surface ready to be powder coated. The gates are then gently heated to remove any air and the powder coat is applied then allowed to set. A lacquer coat is then applied to enhance the finish and further protect the gate from environmental factors.

Thanks to the electromagnetic charge used to hold the powder to the part, there is very little waste created in the process. In addition, your coating professional can spray as much or as little powder as needed in a single application. Rather than waiting for each coat to dry before applying the next, this is all done in a single step, and will still cure evenly. This saves time and money in operating costs.

In addition to the money saved by eliminating extra drying time and steps, powder coating is cost friendly in other ways as well. The raw materials used in the process are purchased specific to the size and specifications of the job at hand. The powder itself is less expensive than wet paint from the beginning, and can be stored in a way that takes up less real estate than paint cans.

In terms of the finish itself, powder coating is known for being far more durable than other paint options. During the curing process the powder melts and forms long chemical chains as it gels together. As a result, the finish is more flexible than traditional paint, and allows for a small amount of bending and flexing as your parts vibrate and move. It is also resistant to scratching, flaking, and corrosion.

METAL GATES & RAILINGS POWDER COATING

Powder coating gives gates a harder more durable decorative finish. If your gates have sustained substantial wear and tear, or have rust all over them, then powder coating is the solution you’re looking for. The gate will be gently blasted by hand to remove any particles and leave a smooth surface ready to be powder coated. The gates are then gently heated to remove any air and the powder coat is applied then allowed to set. A lacquer coat is then applied to enhance the finish and further protect the gate from environmental factors.

Thanks to the electromagnetic charge used to hold the powder to the part, there is very little waste created in the process. In addition, your coating professional can spray as much or as little powder as needed in a single application. Rather than waiting for each coat to dry before applying the next, this is all done in a single step, and will still cure evenly. This saves time and money in operating costs.

In addition to the money saved by eliminating extra drying time and steps, powder coating is cost friendly in other ways as well. The raw materials used in the process are purchased specific to the size and specifications of the job at hand. The powder itself is less expensive than wet paint from the beginning, and can be stored in a way that takes up less real estate than paint cans.

In terms of the finish itself, powder coating is known for being far more durable than other paint options. During the curing process the powder melts and forms long chemical chains as it gels together. As a result, the finish is more flexible than traditional paint, and allows for a small amount of bending and flexing as your parts vibrate and move. It is also resistant to scratching, flaking, and corrosion.

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