A complete anti corrosion treatment!
Definition: Powder coating consists of using an electrostatic charge to apply a coating made of resins and pigments powders to a surface. Due to electrostatic attraction the part holds a consistent volume of powder to its surface which in the end creates a high quality coating after passing in a curing oven.
Advantages: Many times more durable than conventional liquid paint and more resistant to chipping, scratching, ware and stays bright and fresh. Does not run, drip or sag giving a uniform coating. Bottom line is powder coating is an environmentally friendly process that requires no pollution control and is a finish that provides a uniform coating which is beautiful in appearance and superior in durability.
Colors and appearances: There exists a huge range of colors, textures and special effects. We basically can offer an unlimited color selection, high gloss, and low gloss, smooth, textured, wrinkled, metallic, multi color speckled and veined.
Abrasive blasting is the operation of cleaning or preparing a surface by forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to smooth a rough surface, roughen a smooth surface, shape a surface or remove surface contaminants.
GALVANISATION / METALLISATION
This method involves the projection of small molten particles of a mixture of zinc and aluminum onto a prepared surface where they adhere and form a continuous coating. To create the molten particles, a heat source, a spray material and an atomization/projection method are required. Upon contact the particles are flattened onto the surface, freeze and mechanically bond firstly onto the roughened substrate and then onto each other as the coating thickness is increased.