Our brand new state-of-the-art powder coating line is a site to behold. Featuring the latest Wagner Automatic Paint Processes, all of your parts are powder coated to your specifications. And with the ability to do all your fabrication at one location, we truly are your one-stop shop for all of your perforated metals needs.Do you just need something powder coated? No problem - we can take care of those requests as well!
- A fully automatic line that runs 1,063’
- 5-Stage wash system to provide surface pretreatment for corrosion protection, paint adhesion, and salt spray performance
- Part capacity up to 400 lbs
- Dry-off Oven – 40’6” long x 14’ wide with a temperature range of 250 - 450 degrees
- Cure Oven – 56’6” x 26’ wide - for complete uniformity
- Paint booth opening: 48” wide x 72” high
- Paint section is 10’6” long by 7’11” wide
- Quick cube fast color change booth
- Electrostatic powder spray
- 8 x Automatic Coating System
- Pre and Post Manual Spray Stations
- All Powder Types: Epoxy to Polyester including Zinc Rich Primer
- 1,000 coating recipes!
Benefits of Powder Coating
Powder coating offers a high-quality and durable finish. Because powder coating is typically done on an industrial line, it affords maximum productivity in a highly efficient matter. In addition, powder coating is great for the environment - instead of wasting liquid paint, the powders used are continuously recyclable, ensuring all the paint you need is used without added costs or waste.
A Quality Coat Matters
While powder coating ensures your parts will last, we take it to another level. Parts on a production run are spot checked to ensure the proper amount of coating has been applied. Our standard is 2 - 4 mils of paint per part. If we notice it is above or below, we correct it in-house to get it to the proper spec. Need something different? Our design and engineering team are here to support you, ensuring your part has been painted to our exacting specifications.
What Can Be Powder Coated?
Powder coating is suitable for a wide variety of substrates. In most cases, metals are the most common items you'll find run through any powder coat line. Since metal parts can stand up to the heat of the curing process, it is a perfect vessel to show off the clean look of powder-coated items. Some of the more common materials used in powder coating are:
Powder Coating Colors
With 1,000 different color recipes available to you, our powder coating line will be able to match the color you need for your application. Some of the standard colors include: