Powder Coating employs similar technology to liquid electrostatic painting. The primary difference is that powder coating uses a dry resin material that does not require a solvent medium to keep the resin and binders in suspension. The most common way of applying the powder coating to metal objects is to spray the powder using an electrostatic gun or corona gun. The gun imparts a positive electric charge to the powder, then sprayed towards the grounded object by mechanical or compressed air spraying, and then accelerated toward the workpiece by the powerful electrostatic charge. Once sprayed through a powder gun and applied to the surface of the part, an oven is utilized to melt the powder and create a film. Powder coating is an excellent choice for applications where durability and toughness are essential, as the finished product has a more durable surface than traditional liquid coatings.
There are many different types of powder coating paints for various applications ranging from automotive to aircraft. Finishing Consultants can help you determine which powder coating equipment is best for you depending on what types of surfaces you will be coating and the specific requirements of your industry. Some of the types of powder coatings include:
Powder coating has many advantages over traditional spray and traditional painting techniques including:
Finishing Consultants works with many powder coating guns and equipment, and we will help you determine the best choice for your work. We offer only the best powder coating equipment, including:
Finishing Consultants can also help you determine the right powder coating oven to complete your entire finishing process. We offer: