Painting

Powder coating and electrocoating technologies provide excellent performance and durability qualities. However, when working with non-metallic substrates such as plastics, many times the appropriate technology is liquid painting. One reason is because powder coating and electrocoating technology require curing at temperatures that can damage or distort the substrate.

Liquid painting is also an excellent technology option for finishing assembled components and products where powder coating and electrocoating may not be suitable.

Wet painting can provide protection to component parts made of many different materials like steel, aluminum, plastic, fiberglass, wood and composite materials. Smooth or textured finishes are available in a wide variety of color choices. Custom colors are also available.

Standards:

  • Commercial
  • MIL-Spec
  • MIL-F-14072
  • MIL-PRF-18264
  • MIL-STD-171
  • MIL-C-22751