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What is Powder Coating?
The coated part is then heated to 350-390° F for 10 minutes or more. This heating process cross links the polymer creating a uniform, durable, and high quality finish that is resistant to scratches, corrosion, abrasion, chemicals, and detergents. Once fully cooled the parts are ready to be used.
The architectural, highway, lawn, garden, automotive, motorcycle and aircraft industries use powder coating for its durability on light poles, guard rails, posts, road signs, fencing, metal patio furniture, lawn mowers, wheelbarrows, snow blowers, snow shovels, barbecue grills, garden tools, rims, frames, aircraft frames, wheels, fairings, inspection plates and other areas where high heat and exposure to the elements make wet paint unsuitable.