Why Powder Coating

Superior, Industrial-Grade Finish

Powder Coating remains to be the fastest growing industrial finishing method in North America. Powder coating finishes offer a high quality and durable finish, resisting scratches, corrosion, abrasion, chemicals, and some detergents. Powder coating maximizes production, cuts cost, and improves efficiency.

How Powder Coating Works
Powder coating is a dry finishing process, using finely dry ground particles of pigment and resin, electrostatically charged and sprayed onto a part to be coated. The parts to be coated are electrically grounded so that the charged particles projected at them adhere to the surface of the part and held on there until melted and fused into a smooth coating in the curing oven. The end result is a uniform, durable, high quality finish.

Finish Quality Advantages

  1. Consistent Results
    Powder coating is supplied ready to spray, there is no pre-mixing, stirring, and solvent additions involved. The absence of mixing means less variation and better control over finish quality.

  2. Film Thickness
    A major quality advantage with powder coated parts is the ability to achieve the optimum film thickness in a single pass with out the problems of drips, runs, and sags.

  3. Edge Coverage
    Powder provides better edge coverage protection than can be achieved in a s single-coat liquid coating application.

  4. Mechanical Properties
    Powder coating has a long reputation for providing an excellent balance of mechanical properties such as impact resistance, hardness, and abrasion resistance.

  5. Corrosion Resistance
    The proper combination of metal pretreatment and powder coatings can provide outstanding corrosion resistance.

Appearance Characteristics

  1. Virtually Any Color or Gloss
  2. Multi-Color
  3. Clear coats
  4. Fluorescent/Perl-Like
  5. Photo luminescent
  6. Metallic
  7. Textures
  8. Wrinkles

Performance Characteristics

  1. Advanced Durability
  2. Electriconductive & Electrodissipative
  3. Heat-Sensitive Substrates
  4. Hygienic Powder Coating
  5. High-Temperature Resistant powders
  6. Thin-Film Powders
  7. UV-Curable Powders
  8. Near-Infrared-Curable Powders


  1. Aerospace & defense products
  2. Automotive
  3. Appliances
  4. Architectural & Highway
  5. Lawn and Garden
  6. General Industrial
  7. Entertainment & gaming systems
  8. Medical equipment
  9. Metal enclosures
  10. Solar energy systems
  11. Telecommunications equipment
  12. Gates/Fences
  13. Bicycles
  14. and more.

In 2010, the global demand for powder coatings amounts to approximately US$5.8 billion. Driven by the development of new material, new formulations and advancement of equipment and application processes, the powder coating market presents a rapid annual growth of around 6% from 2012 to 2018. Currently, the industrial uses are the largest application market of powder coatings. Automotive industry experiences the most dynamic growth. Steady and strong growth is also expected by furniture and appliance markets. Furthermore, the application of powder coatings in IT & Telecommunication is also being widely explored