At B Jackson we provide expert powder coating services at our facility in Bourne, Lincolnshire. Collection for parts to be coated can be arranged and we can also provide shot blasting prior to coating to ensure you get the best finish possible.
We offer powder coatings in a wide variety of colours and can achieve a range of finishes including matt, satin and different levels of gloss. Due to the nature of the process we are able to offer quick turnaround times ensuring you can meet any deadlines for your project.
Our oven is 2.5 metres by 4 metres and 2.5 metres high so we are well equipped to coat large items and can cater to one offs or batch quantities. We can accommodate all your requirements, please contact us here for further details and find out how we can help.
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Powder coating is a cost effective, durable finish suitable for a large variety of materials
Benefits Of Powder Coating
Powder coating has a range of benefits over other finishes and wide ranging advantages over wet paint. The process can also be used to expertly finish a large variety of materials and items to add a practical, durable finish as well as an aesthetic touch to create a unique item.
Why Use Powder Coating:
Excellent weather resistance, protecting the metal from damage and corrosion
Large range of colours and finishes
Expert, durable finish
Quick turnaround times
Excellent colour stability and consistency
Good edge coverage
What Is Powder Coating?
Powder coating is the process of applying a dry powdered paint compound made of pigments, specialized resins and fillers that melt and fuse together during the curing process to form a painted finish. The solid powder particles are electrostaticaly charged when exiting the low-velocity air powered spray gun. This electrostatic charge attracts paint particles to the work surface and holds them during the high temperature curing process.
What Can Be Coated?
Typically any metal object that can hold the electrostatic charge needed to affix the sprayed powder and can tolerate the high heat levels of the curing process. Mild steel, galvanized and electroplated steel, aluminum, stainless steel and most other steel alloys can be powder coated.
On a domestic level this can include powder coating wheels and rims to bike frames and outdoor garden furniture including gates and chairs, all the way to large industrial items for construction and fabrication.
Powder coating can be a cost effective way to add style and a durable finish to may items, please just contact us if you have any questions about items you would like coating.