Commercial and Residential
Also known as abrasive blasting, sandblasting is a surface finishing process that involves the use of a powered machine — typically an air compressor as well as a sandblasting machine — to spray abrasive particles under high pressure against a surface.
It’s called “sandblasting” because it blasts the surface with particles of sand. As the sand particles strike the surface, they create a smoother and more even texture. In this post, you’ll learn more about this surface finishing process and how it’s performed.
Applying decorative and protective finishes to a wide range of materials and products for both industries and consumers. Powder Coating gives consumers, businesses, and industries one of the most economical, longest lasting, and most color-durable quality finishes available on virtually any type of metal. Powder coated surfaces are more resistant to chipping, scratching, fading, and wearing than other finishes.
A powdercoating is a paint applied in powder format which is then baked on in an oven, curing and bonding it to the product substrate. Some things that can be powder coated:
* frames, planter boxes, switchboards * architectural metal, feature screens, art works * towel rails, taps, handles, gates,
* automotive parts (wheels etc.) * security doors, windows, patio tubes * steel and alloy panels, parts & sheeting