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Powder Coating

Powder coating is a method of painting metals, usually aluminium or steel, by means of electrostatically coating the surface with dry powder and then curing (typically with heat).

Powder coating creates a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint making it ideal for situations where durability is desired.

Our large powder coating oven can service large jobs up to 2150mm × 2500mm × 8000mm but can service jobs even larger upon consultation.

Our powder coating plant is based in Longford, Tasmania making it easy for us to service Launceston area and the rest of Northern Tasmania.

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Our large powder coating oven can service large jobs up to 2150mm × 2500mm × 8000mm but can service jobs even larger upon consultation.

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Our Colour Range

We stock over 150 powder coating colours from Dulux, Interpon, Oxytech and Jotun. If we don't stock your desired colour we are able to order almost any colour from any supplier, including custom colour orders.
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With over 150 colours immediately in stock and many more to choose from, we have a colour for every job.

Wheel Powder Coating

Our powder coating service is perfect for car wheels/rims. Make your old wheels look like new or personalise your new wheels with our large range of colours.

Wheel Preparation

You should ensure your wheels are as clean as possible before bringing them to us, or we may have to clean them for a fee.

Existing Paint/Coatings

For the best possible result, we suggest starting from a fresh metal surface.

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Our Process

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1. Surface preparation

If required, we prepare the metal surface by sandblasting, sanding or both.

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2. Acid bath

Aluminium products are dipped in sulphuric and hydrofluoric acid baths and chromate conversion coating to remove impurities and improve adhesion.

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3. Powder coating

The product is then electrostatically coated in colour powder.

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4. Curing

The colour powder is then cured onto the product by firing in our large powder coating oven at approx. 200°c.

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