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How Long Does Powder Coating Last?

Powder coating can maintain its finish up to 15-20 years, depending on pre-treatment and the type of powder. Its resistance to weather, corrosion, and chemicals makes powder coating a more durable finish than paint or other liquid materials. Powder Coating Pre-Treatment Pre-treating your substrate is the most important proces… Read Article

What Types of Metals can you Powder Coat?

Aluminum, bronze, copper, brass, titanium, and steel (including stainless, galvanized, anodized and e-coat) can all be powder coated. If the metal can hold an electromagnetic charge and withstand the heat from the curing process, it can be powder coated. What is Powder Coating Powder coating is the process of applying a dry c… Read Article

Powder Coating vs. Wet Painting

When it comes to deciding on powder coating or painting for your project, there are many factors to consider. Will the product be out in the elements? Will the part be exposed to mechanical stresses? Is the thickness of the finish an issue? Do you need custom color work? There’s no one finish that’s always better i… Read Article

What Are the Advantages of Powder Coated Finishes?

Powder coating is an eco-friendly way of fighting corrosion and providing a durable, great appearing coating. Unlike liquid painting, powder coating is free of VOC out-gassing, making it much easier on the environment compared to liquid paints. Here are some additional benefits of powder coated finishes. Consistent Results Po… Read Article

PowderTech, LLC is installing a "state of the art" new powder coating system.

A complete replacement of its conveyor system with a new 6 Stage Wash, Ovens, Clean Room, Quick Color Change Booth, New Conveyor Line.  This represents a strong commitment to the custom powder coating market by making this very substantial investment in the latest and most high tech equipment that is available.  We be… Read Article

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