Industrial Powder Coating
Gema Magic Cylinder Automatic Spray Booth
Classic Coatings is committed to continuously updating our powder application equipment. Our Two Rivers plant has a state of the art Gema Magic Cylinder automatic spray booth. This booth has 10 automatic guns and 4 manual guns. It also is a reclaim booth to optimize on our powder usage so that we can meet or beat the competition on pricing for long run orders.
Classic Coatings can provide a wide range of coating options to protect your parts from corrosion and to enhance the appearance and performance of your parts.
Dry Paint a.k.a. “Powder Coating”
One of our most popular coatings is Powder Coating. Powder coating, sometimes referred to as “dry paint” is an environmentally-friendly coating material which is “baked” onto metal. Replacing the “wet painting” of the past, Powder Coating is applied to raw metal parts made of aluminum, steel or cast iron. We offer a full range of powder chemistries and textures. We inventory hundreds of powders to be able to offer you a standard 3- to 5-day turnaround on most orders. Contact Classic Coatings to learn more!
Classic Coatings stocks a wide variety of powders and has access to hundreds of different colors, gloss levels, formulations and even textures to meet your most demanding industrial application or restoration needs. View sample colors.
Powder Coating Choices
Some powder coatings withstand temperatures up to about 500°F. Some black powders can support temperatures up to 800° F.
Powder Coating Capabilities
Classic Coatings has four powder coating lines. Our continuous lines can process medium to large parts that range in size from 1″ square to parts as large as 34″ x 60″ x 110″. Our two batch lines are setup for short runs and for large parts. Parts as large as 8′ high x 10 ‘ wide x 20’ long can be successfully coated on these two lines.
Our metal finishes are Powder Coated Tough®. This protective finish is a mixture of finely ground particles of pigment and resin, which is sprayed onto your product surface. The electrically charged powder adheres to the grounded surfaces. The part is then heated in an oven which fuses the powder coating into a smooth, durable, high-quality finish.
- Powder Coating
- Chromate Conversion
- Iron Phosphate Parts Washing
- Sand Blasting
- Custom Packaging