Due to the varied condition of parts, and how much prep work is required, most parts must be quoted on an individual basis.
Certain colors require a base coat or top coat to achieve the desired color, as such these colors will be priced as two coats.
Light media blasting/stripping charges are included in our prices. Additional charges will apply to items that
- require removal of old powder coating
- have intricate detail work
- are covered with multiple layers of paint or other finishes not easily removed
Many times it is impossible to tell how hard the coating is going to be to remove until you do it. With this in mind, if we encounter a difficult piece we may need to adjust the price and will contact you. If
parts need additional blasting our blasting rate is $50 per hour.
Please use the brief form below to request an estimate for your powder coating project:
What is powder coating?
Powder coating is a
type of dry coating, which is applied as a
free-flowing, dry powder. The coating is
typically applied electrostatically and is then
cured under heat to allow it to flow and form a
"skin." It is usually used to create a hard
finish that is tougher than conventional paint.
Powder coating is mainly used for coating of
metals, such as "white goods", aluminium
extrusions, and automobile and motorcycle parts.