the powder coating process
Powder coating stands up better to common dings and damages than paint.
It can bend and flex with the materials it's bound to.
It produces a coating twice as thick as paint.
Powder Coating actually costs the same, if not less, than painting
Due to its flexibility, you can coat more of the material with less powder than paint, meaning less work and more savings.
Powder coating produces no solvents, unlike paint.
Extranneous powder can be be retreived and reused
Powder coatings meet all EPA requirements for air and water pollution control.