We monitor quality and develop new innovations in our laboratory.
Own laboratory as part of the quality control process
We built our own laboratory so we can offer you even more comprehensive and accurate services. With the help of our lab, we will be able to monitor and innovate even more competitive and high-quality powder coating solutions for you in the future as well.
Powder coating is a durable, cost-effective and eye-catching way to finish your product
Powder coating is the highest quality coating method, especially for metals. We’ve developed a modernized powder coating system with 7-phase pretreatment process and realtime status monitoring.
The powder-coated surface is also an environmentally sustainable solution and will remain good for up to 50 years.
Powder coating is an environmentally friendly choice
We care about our carbon footprint, materials and how we use them.
Powder coatings do not use chlorinated hydrocarbons or organic solvents at all, thus avoiding VOC emissions that pollute the atmosphere with volatile gases. In addition, we collect the paint residue and reuse it – our paint use rate is almost 100%.
We have also developed a better way of packaging and make more environmentally friendly material choices. On top of all this, we have built a foam index that allows us to compare the amount of foam used to the painted track meters. We also have the ISO 14001: 2015 environmental certificate.
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What you should take into consideration when preparing your product for powder coating?
The powder coating finishes the surface of your product beautifully. However, it does not fix and fill the shapes of your product. In other words, if your product has possible surface unevenness or other imperfections, the powder coating will not be able to fix them. So always remember to prepare and finish your product carefully for painting. For example, if your product has visible unfinished welds or any other imperfections before the powder coating, they will still be visible after the powder coating.