SB&W has decades of experience in powder coating for industrial & manufacturing parts
SB&W specializes in powder coating for industrial, manufacturing, and commercial applications:
- Industrial fabrications
- Steel parts and pipes
- Springs and hinges
- Truck parts, frames, industrial parts
- Semiconductor industry
- Lawn mowers
- Bumpers & grill guards
- Metal fasteners
- Construction equipment
- Trade show exhibits
- Metal fencing and railings
- Retail displays & fixtures
- Lawn furniture
Give us a call about your next powder coating job at 1-800-450-4679 or get a fast quote now.
SB&W powder coating services and capabilities
SB&W’s capabilities include blasting, electro-plating, liquid coating, color, graphic, fade hot dip galvanizing, silk screening, masking and assembly, E-coating (also known as electro-coating or electro-painting), powder coating and anodizing. SB&W has the coating technology to prolong the life and enhance the appeal of your steel, iron and aluminum products.
Our metal powder coating services cover many manufacturing industrial and commercial applications. Because we are a full-service powder coating operation, we can handle your project from pre-treatment through completion and then ship the product to you. SB&W offers wide a variety of colors and textures to meet all your company product needs; our finishing will stand up to continuous environmental abuses and normal wear and tear.
POWDER COATING PROCESS
Powder coating is a process of coating metal with a plastic finish, applied in powder form, and baked to a fluid state to bond it to a metal surface. Powder coating is economical and environmentally friendly; it creates a uniform, durable, high-quality, and attractive finish available in an extensive range of colors, glosses, and finish textures.
The powder coating process has been in use for about 50 years. The powder used for the process is a mixture of finely ground particles of pigment and resin. The statically charged powder attaches to the electrically grounded surface, and is fused in a curing oven. Over-sprayed powder is captured in dust collectors and may be reused or baked to make it inert for disposal.
Powder coating offers top quality finishes with superior durability, reduces maintenance costs, and extends the life of coated products. The industrial manufacturing industry uses powder coating on most fabrication parts.