Guide to Powder Coating
Powder coating is a process where a dry powder is applied to a metal surface and then heated to create a durable and long-lasting finish. This method is often used to protect metal from corrosion and wear, and is also used to add color and aesthetic appeal to metal products. Blasting, on the other hand, is a cleaning and surface preparation method that uses high-pressure air or water to remove debris, rust, and other contaminants from metal surfaces. This step is critical before applying any coating, paint or other surface treatment, in order to ensure proper adhesion.