Powder coating sticks to the metal through electrostatic charges and then is baked to create at network-like bonded coating. For more information about how it works click here.
At Dlubak Powder Coatings, we’ve powder coated anything from fishing hooks to a vehicle frame. We can powder coat any size up item up to a truck frame. Items larger than a truck frame can sometimes be powder coated if they are able to be disassembled into small items.
No, depends on the compound of the powder. Some powders that are thinner require less heat. The powders that are thicker require more heat.
Yes, because it will keep it from rusting and is significantly stronger than and lasts longer than paint.
Powder coating has chemicals that by law are not approved to have food eaten off of.
We bake everything around 500 degrees Fahrenheit so powder coating can withhold almost any temperature.
No. Powder coating will not affect moving parts because once the powder is applied and dried it will not come off.
Yes. It leaves a protective coating that rust will not penetrate.
6 mills thick. The coating will become too brittle and break or crack if it is applied any thicker.
No, because the heat will make the paint underneath bubble and won’t allow for a smooth finish. Paint must be completely removed before powder coating.