Powder coating is the process of coating a surface in which a powder material is applied using an electrostatic or compressed air method. The applied powder is then heated (cured) to its melting point, after which it flows to form a smooth film which dries to a firm, durable finish very resistant to scratches, cracking, peeling, UV rays and rust.
What is Powder Coating?
Durable -- Powder Coating is much more durable than traditional water-based paint.
Smooth Uniform Look -- Unlike wet paint, powders used during the powder coating process won't run or drip, making a completely smooth, uniform coating.
Long Lasting Shine -- Powder coating parts stay brighter and more vibrant over time than traditional water-based paints.