Powder Coating

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PROFESSIONAL POWDER COATING for mechanics, upcyclers, inventors, manufacturers, sculptors, makers, artists, producers, product designers, industrial designers, architects, model makers, car enthusiasts, fabricators, engineers, sign makers… 

Achieve a beautiful powder coat finish on your…

car parts, alloy wheels, motorbike and bicycle frames
railings, gates, window frames and outdoor furniture
sculptures, metal crafts and ornaments
  … in fact, on any metal object–decorative or functional–that conducts electricity!

Why Powder Coating?

Powder coating is superior to conventional paints because the finish is harder wearing, more durable and more flexible than that of regular paint

The powder coating process provides a uniform appearance on large objects so there is no brush marks or evidence of direction of application.

The process uses powders that do not contain VOCs (i.e. volatile organic compounds that are harmful to health and the environment) or solvents.

A powder coating finish is highly resistant to cracking, chipping, peeling, abrasion and corrosion. It is very resilient against moisture and rust.

Contact us now to…

Let us know what you need | Get a quote | Arrange a drop-off or pick-up
at 087 103 8187 
or pearse.oreilly@paceorganisation.ie

We can also arrange for pick-up and return Monday-Friday.
Pick up and return rates will depend on the size of your object.
Please expect a 24-hour turnaround.

How Powder Coating Works

Powder Coating involves a process known as electrostatic spray deposition.

A clean metal workpiece (i.e. your product or component) is ‘earthed’ and given a positive charge by attaching a wire to ground it.

A spray gun using compressed air negatively charges pigmented powder particles as they are emitted from the gun. 

The particles are pulled towards the positively-charged surface of the earthed workpiece. 

This magnetic-like pull ensures that the particles adhere to all surfaces of the workpiece a (including nooks) giving a consistent coating. 

The workpiece is then placed or hung in an industrial oven for approximately 20 minutes at 180 degree celsius. This heat causes a chemical reaction that ‘cures’ and melts the powder to produce a beautiful finish that is tougher and more durable than conventional paint.

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