Powder Coating

Powder coating is a method of applying a dry powder to a surface, typically metal, to create a protective and decorative finish. The powder is applied electrostatically and then cured with heat to create a hard and durable coating.
Powder coating is commonly used in industrial, commercial, and residential applications to protect metal components from rust, corrosion, and wear. The process involves several steps, including surface preparation, powder application, and curing.
In surface preparation, the metal surface is cleaned and prepared to remove any contaminants, such as oil, grease, or rust, that could affect the adhesion of the powder coating. The prepared surface is then electrostatically charged, and the powder is sprayed onto the surface.
After the powder is applied, the coated surface is cured in an oven at a high temperature, typically between 350 and 400 degrees Fahrenheit. During the curing process, the powder melts and forms a uniform and durable coating.

Powder coating offers several advantages over traditional liquid coatings, including:

Durability: Powder coating is highly resistant to chipping, scratching, and fading, making it ideal for outdoor and high-traffic applications.

Jibreel factory offers a wide selection of powder coating colors to its clients.


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