Powder coating is by far the youngest of the surface
finishing techniques in common use today.
Powder coating was first introduced to North America
in the 1960s, and has become the fastest growing
finishing technology in use today.
Powder coating is an advanced method of applying a
dry paint to a wide range of materials and products
that are used by both industries and consumers.
The powder used for the process is a mixture of
finely ground particles of resin, pigment,
modifiers, and curing agent. Powder is applied
electrostatically by charging the powder particles
and applying them directly to the grounded surfaces
until it enters a curing oven where the powder
particles melt, bond and cure to the desired
surface. The result is a uniform, durable,
See Advantages &
Uses to learn more about this
durable finishing technique.
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