Do you need to support corrosion control, improve the aesthetics of your industrial parts, enhance electrical insulation, or create flow enhancements? Then a powder coat finish is the ideal protective coating for your industrial parts.
Powder coating is a versatile type of protective finish used for industrial and commercial parts. Powder coating can be applied to the substrate without the need for a solvent or volatile carrier. The pretreated parts are sprayed with an electrostatically-charged powder and cured in batch ovens to ensure a durable coating.
Use Powder Coating On Your Schedule
One of the top benefits of using powder coating is that the finish can be applied at a facility or in the field.
This is a very mobile type of protective coating that can be brought to your location. This is ideal when facing a deadline, when machines suddenly begin to malfunction, when parts show obvious wear and tear, or other inefficiencies arise during an inopportune time.
To avoid costly downtime or production errors in the field, powder coat finish can be readily applied to critical parts. This will allow machines to return to functionality faster than anticipated.
If you’re concerned about the effects of a powder coating being used in the field, we can ensure that our powder coating finish is an environmentally-friendly process that does not release volatile molecules into the atmosphere. This protects the integrity of your job site and the health of workers in the field.
Powder Coat Finish vs. Waiting For New Parts
When time is a concern for ensuring that your equipment remains operable, you cannot wait for replacement parts when powder coating is available.
Powder coating is not just a quick-fix, either. Powder coating is durable, long-lasting, and designed to ensure the integrity of parts in extreme conditions, withstand high temperatures, and resist highly alkaline solutions.
Additionally, there are different types of powder coat finishes that can be utilized for the specific needs of your job.
At Superior Shot Peening & Coatings, we offer Silicone high heat, Novolac, Zinc Filled Epoxy, TGIC Polyester, and Urethane. When talking to our team to schedule service, we will discuss which type of powder coating is the right option for your job to prevent corrosion, improve aesthetics, and enhance insulation and flow.
Talk to us today about scheduling powder coating on your critical parts to ensure that your equipment remains operable and efficient. Our mobile team is ready to be dispatched to your location for immediate servicing on your schedule.