Our Process

Standard Powder Coating Process

The coating is applied to the designated surface as a dry powder—somewhat similar to the consistency of baking powder— through a specialized process known as electrostatic spray deposition (ESD).

A spray gun is used in the execution of this process.

After the powder coating is applied, the product is entered into a special curing oven, in which the heat “bakes” the powder into a hard finish that’s notably more durable than conventional paint.

The finished product is more likely to be resilient against the test of time, oxidation, moisture, UV light, etc. What does this mean for the product in the long run? Well, less chipping, fading, scratching, and corrosion of your powder coated products.