• The secondary finishes shown, are common finishes by our customers. However, SKS will gladly quote other finishes upon request.

Powder Coating

Powder coating is applied electrostatically and then cured under heat to allow it to flow and form a skin on the surface. It is different from conventional liquid paint because it does not require a solvent. Powder coating’s finish is usually tougher than liquid paint because of this. Powder Coating can be used for so much more. Powder Coating capabilities include a wide spectrum of colors, thickness, textures, softness, edge coverages, flexibilities, machinabilities, smoothness, and temperature ranges.

Advantages of powder coating are as follows:

Excellent Impact and Mar Resistance
Variable Thickness
Excellent Weatherabilty
Colors, Textures, Gloss Level Options