Powder coating is your best choice when you need durability with no compromise on style. Here at Lander Coatings we are perfecting the art of strong & great looking powder coat finishes.
We take Pride in our quality of powder coating to keep your assets in great condition!
You can rely on our 18 years of experience, support, and great customer reviews to conform to your specific need with expertise.
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We also offer many unique options with our process here at Lander Coatings! We can coat Translucent Colors directly over Chrome to achieve an incredible anodized style color!
We can also hydro dip directly onto our powder coated surfaces, which is very difficult to master. We let your imagination run wild!
The powder coating process uses very fine dry particles of acrylic resin with the pigment of your choice. The resin powder is applied with a spray gun similar in concept to applying solvent based paint.
The difference is that this spray gun and its resin contents have an electrostatic charge, When the resin powder is sprayed onto a part it sticks to the metal because it’s grounded, attracting charged resin powder like a magnet.
The charged powder adheres to the metal then is melted by baking at 400F degrees in special industrial sized ovens.
The melted resin fuses to the metal, providing a uniform, thick and durable finish. The result is a beautiful finish that is very resistant to chemicals, wear and chipping, 3 times stronger than solvent based paints. Powder coating simply provides a quality finish that can be seen and felt for years.
Powder coat is physically harder than wet paint. This mechanical property translates into significantly greater scratch and chip resistance, and thus better durability.
Powder coat films adhere to parts better than spray paint. This is due to the function of a sophisticated pretreatment processing that some parts require prior to coating. The excellent adhesion contributes to improved chip resistancy as well as corrosion resistancy.
Properly cured powder coat can withstand bending without cracking or flaking. If you’ve ever had a problem with a powder coated part – theres a few reasons, two main ones being the powder was not properly charged, or the powder was probably not sufficiently cured in the oven.