Powder coating is achieved by electrostatic spray deposition of a polymer powder to a metal part and then heated to cure. The resulting coating produces long molecular chains that are durable but yet flexible. However, unlike wet paint the powder coating is 4 to 10 times thicker.
The finish can come in a multitude of colors and textures. Because of their resistance to chipping, scratching, fading and wearing this has been the go to finish for a vast majority of parts. In addition to these benefits it has become the most economical, longest lasting and color-durable finishes available.
Some benefits of this finish are:
- Improved corrosion resistance
- Multitude of colors