WHAT IS POWDER
Powder coating is a process that can be used to apply a protective and/or decorative finish to a wide variety of items and materials. In powder coating, a powdery mix of pigments, resins, and chemicals is applied to a surface using a sprayer. Unlike traditional paint, the powder is dry. It sticks to surfaces because of its electrostatic charge. Once cured in an oven, the powder forms a strong, durable coating.
Nearly unlimited color and texture options (including metallic, candy, hammertone, matte, gloss, and much more)
Resists chips, scratches, and fading better than traditional paint
Solvent free and better for the environment than liquid finishes
First, the item or part to be coated is cleaned and prepared to promote the best possible adhesion of the powder coating. This stage may include media blasting, acid etching, sanding, pre-treatment, or primer.
Next, the item is hung in a dust-free spray booth. The coating is then applied as an electrostatically charged dry powder.
Finally, the item is moved into an oven, where the powder is baked onto the surface. This process ensures a strong, uniform coating.
POWDER COATING BRANDS
At Monarch Powder Coating, we choose to use these top coating brands as part of our commitment to providing the highest quality results to our customers.