The powder coating process consists of applying epoxy or polyester thermosetting powder paint.
The process begins with cleaning the parts to be powder coat in order to remove all types of contaminants to obtain a good adhesion quality. The piece then goes to the spray booth where the powder is electrically charged and sprayed to adhere the metals. After the painting process, the piece enters the convection oven at a temperature between 180ºC and 200ºC where the powder melts and adheres there.
Power Coat major advantages:
- Greater durability than conventional paint
- Better corrosion protection
- Best finish