PAINT & POWDER COATING
Surface preparation is a critical step in the paint and powder coat industry to ensure proper adhesion and durability of coatings. Several methods are commonly used for surface preparation, each tailored to specific substrates and desired finishes.
Typical applications tailored to the paint & powder coat industry include:
- Abrasive blasting to strip and rework non-conforming parts
- Alkaline cleaning systems are used to remove dirt, grime, and organic contaminants
- Abrasive blasting systems are used to clean and provide a uniform surface profile prior to coating
- Plastic media blast can remove coatings on sensitive substrates
The choice of surface preparation method depends on factors such as the substrate material, environmental regulations, desired coating performance, and the specific requirements of the coating system being applied. Proper surface preparation is crucial to achieving a durable and high-quality finish in the paint and powder coat industry.