Powder coating Machine

January 19, 2017
Powder coating machine
  • More environment-friendly, emitting zero or near zero volatile organic compounds (VOC).

  • Produce thicker coatings that won't run or sag compared to conventional liquid coatings.

  • Overspray is recyclable, ensuring that 100% of the coating is used.

  • Production lines yield significantly less waste when compared to conventional liquid coatings.

  • Covers substantially better on fabricated sharp edges compared to a liquid coating.

  • Can be applied to any shape or form.

  • Generally, capital equipment and operating costs are less than conventional liquid lines.

  • Powder coated items have fewer differences in appearance between horizontally and vertically coated surfaces compared to liquid coated items.

  • A large array of specialty effects, textures, colors and designs are accomplished through powder coating with ease, including effects that would otherwise be near impossible to accomplish through conventional liquid coating.

As a laminate alternative, decorative powder coating offers a plethora of designs and uses, while offering lower costs, higher efficiency and quality end products. With our exclusive coating powder machines, your imagination is your only limit. In comparison, standard lamination is extremely limited in its use and end product finish. Here are some more advantages of powder coatings compared to lamination:

  • Approximately 30-40% lower in price.

  • System production lines produce less waste compared to the lamination process.

  • Production is more automated and less labor intensive.

  • Whereas lamination is only for interior purposes, powder coating has no limit in regards to its use being interior or exterior.

  • Unlike laminated products that chip/peel easily, powder coated surfaces are thoroughly covered. Furthermore, powder coatings are scratch resistant and can sustain exposure to harsh chemicals.

  • Extremely durable and resistant to humidity and UV rays. While lamination cannot sustain humidity (i.e. furniture), powder coating can be applied to exterior furniture, awnings, etc.

  • Unlike lamination that always has corner seams, powder coating is seamless - even around sharp corners.

  • Offer an unlimited range of colors, textures and specialty effects, otherwise impossible to achieve with lamination.

Powder coating is the youngest of the surface finishing techniques in common use today, used first in the 1960’s. It has evolved into the most advanced, practical and cost effective method of effectively decorating surfaces. For example, for faux wood grain, an automatic powder coating machine is utilized and offers the ability to embed the wood finish powder coating design on any material.

Source: www.decoralamerica.com
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