We offer an expansive product line – from relatively simple manual systems to sophisticated, programmable, automatic systems. We have high level of expertise in the management of powder coating line projects.

Our powder coating lines are adapted to treat various types of industrial products. It is automatic and easy to apply. It ensures optimum surface resistance. The resistance depends on two points: the processes of surface treatment before powder application and the type of powder used with the possible application to higher thickness. The powder coating can be applied on products that resist to high temperatures of polymerization, in general it means that each type of metal surface can be powder coated.

  • Generally typical powder coating line machinery;
  • Pretreatment / Washing Tunnel
  • Drying Oven
  • Booth for Manual and/or Automatic Powder Coating Application
  • Monorail or Birail Overhead Conveyor


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Powder coating is a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. Powder coating is applied to make metals more durable and smoother. Powder coating also makes the metal look better.

The main difference between a conventional liquid paint and a powder coating is that the powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form. The coating is typically applied electrostatically. Powder coating is mostly used for coating of metals.

Powder coating does not have a liquid carrier. Powder coating displays minimal appearance differences between horizontally coated surfaces and vertically coated surfaces.
Powder coating provides an attractive and durable finish, offering excellent resistance to corrosion, heat, impact, and abrasion.

Powder coating extends life of the metal. If there is corrosion on the metal’s surface the corrosion moves into the metal overtime at the same time rust and decay occur.


In the typical metal finishing process, the alkaline cleaning tanks are first in line and take the bulk of the dirty load.

It is critical in the metal finishing process but more water use does not necessarily mean better rinsing.

The process of phosphating aluminum and steel parts is typically listed as a conversion coating because the process involves metal removal as part of the reaction.

Ideally the method or methods employed to dry parts should be as energy conservative as possible.

Typically energy intensive since relatively high temperatures are required to get the powder to liquefy and flow.

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