What is Metal Painting Process
Painting allows us to create different finishes applied to metal using E-COAT and Powder Coat. These types of finishes add aesthetic value, but more importantly, protect the metal from external damages caused by the elements.
Metal Painting Services
Durable coating process come with many insulation advantages, but it does so without compromising the aesthetic appeal of the end user product.
The beauty of powder coating lies in the fact that it provides great resilience and durability, but it can also be decorative, with limitless color and texture options.
C.A.R.C Coating – C.A.R.C
Chemical Agent Resistant Coating is a paint commonly applied to military vehicles to provide protection against chemical and biological weapons.
Painting Process Overview
E-COAT is the perfect offspring of painting and plating combined in one coat. Taking the best from both and fusing it into a singular layer, E-COAT has proven itself as a great protector against corrosion, acid, and salt sprays. Not only does the durable coating come with many insulation advantages, but it does so without compromising the aesthetic appeal of the end product. The main advantages of E-COAT are zero flammability, complete base material coverage, consistent thickness and almost 100% usage of the material.
Powder Coat Painting
More durable than liquid paints, powder coating is a dry process where the powder is applied and then cured under heat. The beauty of powder coating lies in the fact that it provides great resilience and durability, but its application can also be decorative, with virtually limitless color and texture options. Products with the applied powder coating can withstand extreme weather conditions, chemicals, moisture, and daily wear and tear. Because it’s a dry coating method, powder supports a thicker, harder layer of finish.
C.A.R.C Coating – C.A.R.C
Apart from providing superior protection from chemical warfare agents, this type of coating also saves time and money on decontamination. C.A.R.C painting is a three-layered process that ensures tremendous durability while making sure that the necessary neutralization of chemicals is extensively simplified. The first layer pretreats the surface before the primer can be applied, which is followed by a topcoat. This layered approach ensures exceptional safety for the personnel and the sturdiness of government property.
Industries that use Metal Painting
E-COAT is mostly used for products that have challenging geometrical shapes that require durability and corrosion protection. The industries that most commonly use E-COAT include Automotive, Agriculture & heavy equipment manufacturing.
Automotive, consumer goods, home appliances, woodworking, architecture, construction industry, boating, agricultural equipment, outdoor furniture and machinery, they can all use powder coating to improve the product durability.
Chemical Agent Resistant Coating has found it’s primary use in the military industry where the wellbeing and prevention of the personnel contamination with harmful and often radioactive chemicals is the number one priority.