Powder Coating

Powder Coating

A colorful covering for Architectural Metalwork

Powder coating is a type of paint that is mainly applied to metals to provide a harder finish than normal paint. The paint is applied as a powder electrostatically from a spray gun. It is cured in an oven under high heat to form a tough, durable skin. This acts as a low-maintenance, long-lasting, colorful covering for your architectural metalwork, fencing, gates, and any other steel fabrication.

Powder coating paints come in many colors and can be used to create different finishes such as textured or metallic. As specialists in steel architectural metalwork where high-quality finishing is critical, we can produce any specified color or texture for any size or type of project you have. Whether it’s a raw steel substrate in an interior or a galvanized substrate for an exterior.

The successful application of powder coating to galvanized substrates demands far more than expertise in powder coating processes alone. An exact understanding of hot-dip galvanizing and a meticulously controlled pre-treatment system, compatible with both the galvanized finish and the powder coating, is required to provide you with a satisfactory conversion coating.

At Heat Master International, we offer all these capabilities. As well as detailed knowledge of Hot-Dip Galvanizing and powder coatings, we have the rigorously controlled conditions needed to ensure our powder-coated finishes surpass all today’s benchmarks for quality.

Whether you need to dress a building site to incorporate colors, turn functional street furniture into a design feature, fabricate colorful fences and gates for playgrounds, or add some color to balustrades or staircases, whether it’s a small project or a large contract, we can help.