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If you are thinking of renovating your industrial or commercial building, you might consider the process of powder coatings. There are numerous benefits of this innovative painting process. It is highly flexible for any type of surface. For example, it is used in protecting steel structures. This type of coating will ensure that the structure remains corrosion and rust-resistant. Furthermore, it can also offer a high gloss that will make the structure appears highly reflective.
This type of coating process has been found to be highly effective in reducing the corrosion of steel and other metals. It helps reduce or completely eliminate the need for metal welding. The conventional systems often will not allow for a powder coating on bare metal and will require an external metal fitting to carry out the entire process. There are two methods that are commonly used to achieve powder coatings. The first is the mechanical powder coatings, which use mechanical pressure or a constant stream of mechanical rollers to apply the coating directly.
The other system is the ultraviolet (UV) powder coating, which is used in protecting aluminum and stainless steel products in indoor and outdoor use. In both instances, the UV coating must be applied with specially designed UV lamps to ensure that the particles are dispersed evenly. In the outdoor use, the powder coating can help prevent corrosion and rusting of metal fixtures and equipment. It will also resist oil and grease, which are common contaminants of concrete and pavement.