What is Powder Coating?
Powder coating is applied to car parts through an electrostatic spray application. After the coating is sprayed, the part is then cured to form a durable bond between the coating and the surface. It’s a cost-effective option and can be used for protection or aesthetic purposes.
What Can Powder Coating be Applied To?
Powder coating for cars is typically applied to:
- Performance wheels
- Engine parts
- Undercarriage and suspension components
The Benefits of Powder Coating
Powder coating makes the part resistant to damage from moisture, chemicals, UV light, chemicals, and impact. It also reduces the risk of abrasions, scratches, chips, fading, and other wear and tear issues that liquid painting is susceptible to.
Powder Coating Options
Besides the protection aspect of powder coating, many drivers are interested in this process for the variety of color, finishing, and texture options.