Powder Coating Oven

Powder coating is a dry finishing process where a fine powder made of resin, pigment, and other additives is sprayed onto a surface. It is then cured under heat to form a durable and protective layer.

Powder coating provides a highly durable finish that resists chipping, fading, and corrosion. This makes it ideal for outdoor and industrial applications.

It produces minimal waste, as overspray can be collected and reused, making it an environmentally friendly option.

Uniform Finish:
Powder coating offers a consistent, uniform finish with no drips or sags.

Variety of Colors:
There is a wide range of colors and finishes available in powder coating.

​ Because powder particles are attracted to the metal product being coated, very little powder is lost to over spraying, making this process more efficient than wet paint.

Additionally, any powder that does fall to the ground can be recovered and reused, thereby reducing waste. This increased efficiency and the fact that powder particles do not contain volatile organic compounds like paints do also makes it a more environmentally friendly option.


Powder coating has many benefits over paint, not the least of which is color retention. Colors stay truer longer with powder coating. Also, powder coating is thicker, more uniform in thickness, and more durable than paint coatings.

When metal products need to have a textured surface, like steps or ramps, powder coating allows for a wider variety of texture materials to be incorporated much more easily than other coating options.