Powder Coating

Powder coating is a process where an extremely durable plastic coating is applied to materials using an electrostatic charge, compressed air, and a form of curing (typically heat in an oven). The coating is available in over 10,000 colors, textures and finishes.

Powder coating is found on thousands of products that you come in contact every day, providing beautiful colors, long term strength, durability, and value. Some of the most common powder coated products include automotive parts, car rims, ovens, refrigerators, counter top mixers, exercise equipment, fencing, camping equipment, bikes and lawn furniture.

Products that are powder coated have an unmatched protection against drops, scratches, color fading, and corrosion. This long lasting toughness is why powder coating the go-to metal finish on architectural elements, chassis components, custom car rims, classic car frames, motorcycle parts and any surface that will be subjected to the elements.

Environmentally Friendly

Powder coated finishes are tougher, more durable, and more environmentally friendly than traditional liquid paint. The coating reduces CO2 emissions by up to 60% compared to solvent based liquid paint.

What Can Be Powder Coated?

Any material where the autoignition (point where the material bursts in flames) is higher than the curing temperature can be powder coated. Typically this includes: aluminum, bronze, copper, titanium, steel (including stainless, galvanized, and e-coated metals). In addition to metals, wood, composites, glass, MDF and even some plastics can be coated. 

Our Powder Coating Facilities

Rad Coatings is equipped to handle projects of all shapes and sizes. From the tiniest of washers to race car chassis to large volume production, our enormous ovens have seen it all. We offer over 10,000 colors, textures and finishes and pride ourselves with having some of the fastest turn around times in the the industry, typically within 2 weeks.

We work with companies and architects as well as individual restorers and craftsmen. Our vast metal finishing knowledge stretches back to 2003 when we purchased our first oven. Since then we have coated countless pieces for projects all over the world.

Contact us at any time to discuss your project and to request a quote.