Our trained staff use manual, electrostatic powder coating guns. This allows us the flexibility and precision to deal with the huge varieties of products, profiles, and components that come through our powder coating department every day.

Automated powder coating guns are better suited to ‘in-house’ jobs – where high volumes of the same shapes and sizes are being coated.

Yes and no. Obviously we’re happy to offer powder coating services to anyone and everyone. But, it wouldn’t make much sense for a company in Newcastle to send free issue powder coating work our way.

Customers looking for powder coating and nothing else tend to be relatively local. We’re based in Ross on Wye, so think Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Cardiff and the surrounding areas.

But, if you’re looking for extrusion and fabrication services including powder coating, we’re used to dealing with customers nationwide. Get in touch to discuss what you need.

This is one of those “How long is a piece of string?” questions that’s hard to answer. Powder coating costs are calculated on a case by case basis depending on a few factors:

We pride ourselves on offering our customers a very competitive deal – we’re able to beat a lot of our competitors because we have a dedicated powder coating facility.

The best way to get an idea of costs (and let’s face it, we all want that) is to contact us directly for a no-obligation chat.

No – we offer high-performance commercial and industrial finishes that are suited to a wide range of demanding applications, including automotive and aerospace.

We don’t provide CARC (Chemical Agent Resistant Coating) or military grade powder coating services. If you are looking for this level of coating, please do contact us and we’ll do our best to put you in touch with a reputable provider.

Yes, particularly when compared to other processes. Powder coating releases virtually no pollutants into the air and produces less hazardous waste than other liquid coatings. It contains no heavy metals, and the process doesn’t create any hazardous by-products.

Bronze finished powder coated items are increasingly popular, and we’re able to offer our customers bronze coloured powder coating in a variety of finishes, from high-shine metallic to subtle matt.

Yes – we’re able to powder coat in any RAL colour (and there are over 1000 of them) including gold. We can powder coat your items with a matt or high gloss gold finish – just let us know what you need and we’ll tell you what we can do.

Yes, we can. Our powder coating services are ideal for aluminium, steel and a wide range of other materials. If you’re unsure of whether our powder coating services will suit your needs, please contact us directly.

Yes – if you let us know what you’re looking for, we’re able to pull together samples at relatively short notice. Contact us directly to discuss your powder coating sample requirements.

It depends on what you mean by effective. Painting with traditional wet paint is quick, easy, simple, and cheap. You don’t need any real specialist equipment to do it, and you don’t need a large dedicated area for it.

On the other hand, powder coating gives a far more durable finish. It’s neater, more uniform, and much more hard-wearing than wet paint, and it can actually be quicker to powder coat large items than it is to paint them.

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