An Environmentally Safe "Green Technology"

Powdercoating

Powder coat painting is safer than wet paint applications

Powder coat painting is a "green technology" that is safer for the environment than wet paint applications.

Most wet paints have solvents that are harmful to the environment. However, powder coat paint is a solvent-free powder that is applied electrostatically.

This powder coating process creates very little waste, making it more environmentally friendly than traditional liquid paints.

With government pollution regulations growing tougher, a technology like powder coating is the smart choice for all your metal painting.

Not only will your powder coating paint job look great, and wear like iron, but you can have the peace of mind of knowing that it did not harm the environment.

Also, most powder coating overspray that does not stick to the part can be reused, greatly reducing most waste commonly found in liquid painting.

Protect the environmentally and save money too!

Reducing wastes in the powder coating process saves money while it helps protect the environment. Also, companies can more easily and more economically comply with environmental regulations.

In fact, one big reason for powder coating's growing popularity is the passage of tougher air pollution standards over the last three decades.

From every angle, powder coating just seems to make sense for today's world.

Top

Marine brass sailboat trim (polish brass, clear powdercoat) Marine paper towel holders (polish, clearcoat) Powdercoated antique car parts Marine outdrives alpha 1 (sandlasted, ready for marine zinc primer, then gloss black