Powder coating is a dry finishing process that provides an attractive finish while offering a durability unmatched by any liquid paint process. Powder-coated products maintain their luster while remaining resistant to diminished coating quality as a result of impact, moisture, chemicals and other common deterioration factors.
Powder coating will make your purchase look better and last longer while reducing your costs and carbon footprint. The reduction is in cost, not in quality.
The Kelly Group has both a five-step automated wash process (3x4x6-7′) and a manual batch system (8x8x14′) in its Lafayette, Indiana, facility.
The process has many advantages over other alternatives:
Powder coating can be used on a wide range of products, from industrial machines to more delicate household items. It can be used as a protective or decorative finish and is available in a vast range of colors and textures. Moreover, the process is already on thousands of products we use and depend on daily.
Powder coating offers environmental advantages. It’s a clean process, and that’s one of many reasons for its expansion in today’s market. Many issues with liquid finishing are eliminated or minimized by the powder-coating process. While liquid finishes include numerous solvents containing dangerous pollutants, powder coating completely removes solvents from the equation. Reduced pollution control costs lead to lower operating costs and increased efficiency.