- Powder Coating and Metal Finishing
- Metal Stripping
- Final Packaging and delivery
Burn-Off: To ensure the maximum cleanliness of the surface, we may place your parts in our oven. This will remove any previous coating, machining oils or greases that may have accumulated during fabrication or machining.
Grinding: We may also prep parts by radiusing edges, grinding welds, and cleaning off weld spatters.
Shot Blast: For more aggressive pre-treatment we can sandblast to provide a white metal finish for maximum coating adhesion.
Chemical Stripping: For thin gauge, aluminum die cast, or parts that cannot withstand the heat of the burn-off oven, we can chemically strip the part to bare metal. This is especially important for parts requiring rework.
Cleaning: To achieve maximum coating performance for your product, we clean parts using a cleaning method most suitable to the part according to the metallic make-up and surface condition. For large products we have a high pressure washer/cleaner.
Powder Coating: Powder coatings are precision-applied by electrostatic spraying. After coating, each piece is heat-cured in an oven, where the tough plastic film is permanently fused to the metal.
We pride ourselves on finding coating solutions for our customers where others have failed. We can advise you on the correct pre-treatment, coating resin and application process to use to enhance the quality of your product depending the product’s base metal and application.
Final Inspection and Certification
Throughout the finishing process, coatings are thoroughly checked (up to three separate inspections). Sandblast profiles can also be tested.