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Changes and New Techniques in the Processing and Manufacturing Industry


Advantages of Powder Coating for Your Finishing Needs

Although paint has been a popular option as a finishing agent, powder coating is steadily surpassing its popularity in a myriad of applications. Powder coating refers to an advanced protective as well as decorative finishing agent. Its powder consists of fine particles of both resin as well as pigment. This mixture is directly sprayed onto the electrically charged surface that requires protective or decorative coating. The electricity works toward heating and fusing these particles together, and this forms a smooth coating. As a result, powder coating creates a durable finish that is both high quality as well as aesthetically appealing. So what are some of the advantages of opting for powder coating for your finishing needs?

Powder coating has a high performance level

Powder coating is considered one of the most durable finishing options, as it is not vulnerable to wear and tear. This substance is resistant to an array of things such as extreme weather elements, chemicals, corrosion and more. Additionally, since powder coating adheres onto the surface as a second skin due to thermal bonding, it is also less likely to chip or to scratch. Lastly, colours used in powder coating are not susceptible to fading before their time. They typically remain bright and vibrant. Overall, performance wise, powder coating is one of the moist durable, aesthetically appealing, high performance finishes that you could choose.

Powder coating has reduced operational costs

Due to how technologically advanced powder coating is, some consumers may assume that it is a much more expensive option when compared to other finishing products in the market. The truth of the matter though is that it is one of the more economical choices. For one, powder coating has the ability of covering a much more extensive surface area when compared to other organic finishes. This means you do not have to have a lot of it to get the job done. In addition to this, the powder coating process can be easily automated. This makes it an economical option for industries, as they can reduce on labour costs. Lastly, there is minimal occurrence of reworking with powder coating, as it provides a high quality finish. This, in turn, means a decrease in reject rates. Overall, it is a cost effective option for individuals and businesses alike.

Powder coating is safe for the environment

Finishing solutions such as paint have a high risk of flammability while also being chock full of volatile organic compounds, commonly referred to as VOCs. These are not only harmful to the environment but can also pose potential health risks to humans. Powder coating, on the other hand, has neither VOCs nor solvents, making it a safer alternative when it comes to long-term health concerns. It also makes them an environmentally friendlier alternative. 

For more information, contact a local powder coating company. 

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Changes and New Techniques in the Processing and Manufacturing Industry

My name is Lucy. Welcome to my blog. Years ago, I worked in the processing and manufacturing industry, and now, as an owner of a small textiles company, I still work closely with my suppliers who are part of those industries. As a result, I enjoy staying up-to-date with changes and new techniques in these industries, and I want to share that information with others here. When I'm not busy running my business or working on a creative project like this, I like to knit, spend time with my kids, go to museums and attend wine tastings. The last might just be my favourite. Explore these posts -- I hope you enjoy them.

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