A method of metal finishing that uses electrical charges and the curative properties of powder to bake the finish on to raw metal.
Everything is then inspected, packaged, and prepared for shipping.
The parts enter the oven to bake. The baking system cures the powder into an even coating.
Next, parts move through our powder booth. The parts, which are negatively charged post-wash and dry, are coated with powder that is positively charged, creating and ionic bond.
After the wash, parts proceed through a dry-off oven where they are dried and heated to prepare the metal for coating.
The parts proceed to our 5-stage wash where they are cleaned, acid etched, and rinsed.
Our line method starts by hanging the raw parts on to our moving system.