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Midlake Powder Coating

Powder Coating

In-house powder coating helps us save you time and money. With Midlake, you can have your metal fabrication product finished by one vendor. We cut out the middleman, the time necessary to ship to a powder coating facility, and the expense associated with two vendors and transit.

How does powder coating work?

Powder coating is a dry finishing process used to apply a protective and decorative layer of paint. The powder coating material consists of finely ground particles of pigment and resin. This dry powder is electrostatically charged using a spray gun. The coated workpiece is then placed in a curing oven. It is then inspected for quality, ensuring that the powder coating adheres properly, is free of defects, and meets the desired finish standards.

Powder Coating process

Why use a phosphate-free process?

Phosphate-free coatings do not produce hazardous waste materials, which minimizes the environmental impact and simplifies waste disposal and handling.

Removing phosphates also saves our customers money by eliminating costs associated with disposing of hazardous waste.

Our testing shows phosphate-free coatings can offer long-lasting protection and performance that meets or exceeds traditional coatings.

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