Correctly prepared surfaces maximize powder coat adhesion and it is essential to prevent chipping and maximize durability.
Sandblasting removes the finish from previously coated or painted surfaces. It also removes imperfections that would prevent proper adhesion of the powder coat.
This step removes sand, residue, grease and other contaminants and provides a clean surface for the coating applications.
Zinc is used primarily for outdoor applications on non-aluminum surfaces, however it can also be used on interior projects for added durability.
Powder Coat Application
A powder coat gun applies an electrostatic charge to the powder as it is dispensed. The charged particles are attracted to the grounded, metal substrate, adhering the powder directly to the surface.
This process is done in a specially designed, high temperature oven which cures the powder onto the substrate.
We thoroughly inspect all of our projects prior to releasing them to the customer.
Powder coating provides a long-term exterior finish for outdoor venues and public places. Windows, doors, fencing and more can all be better protected using a quality powder coat from Midwest Powder Coat.
For interior and exterior ornamental iron applications, powder coating has unmatched durability. Midwest Powder Coat has a wide variety of finishes and textures to meet your needs.
To accommodate the elements of nature, Midwest Powder Coat offers a full line of coatings for agricultural and construction equipment with superb UV durability and corrosion protection.
Midwest Powder Coat has the ideal finish for your ride! We work with everyone from the weekend garage warrior to large manufacturing and distribution companies.
Whether it's furniture or bikes, powder coating can be used on a wide variety of everyday steel and aluminum items. Zinc coating is used for all exterior applications.