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Powder coatings

Powder coatings consist of binding agents, pigments hardeners and other ingredients. Powder coating is sprayed on the surface of a grounded object using either a corona or a tribo spray gun. To enable the binding agent and hardener to react, the coated objects are stoved according to the requirements of the coating used. The heat melts the powder coating sprayed on the surface of the object, allowing it to even out and harden into a durable substrate.


The consumption of powder coatings increases steadily as the solution is environment-friendly due to the fact that it does not produce any solvent emissions. The solution’s environmental friendliness and production efficiency are increased by the possibility to collect overspray which minimizes material loss. When recycled, the utilization rates of powder coatings are remarkably high.

Maintenance and cleaning of powder-coated objects


Most common binding agents

  • epoxy
  • epoxy-polyester
  • polyester (various types)
  • polyurethane

Special products

  • anti-bacteria
  • anti-graffiti
  • zinc
  • heat-resistance (silicone)
  • electrostatic dissipative (ESD) primer
  • bonded coatings
  • varnishes, incl. colors
  • zinc phosphate
  • primers
  • low-cure coatings
  • Super Durable
  • zinc primers

Substrate types

  • smooth
  • fine texture
  • rough texture (orange peel)
  • hammer finish
  • leather
  • transparent, incl. colors
  • metallic tints
  • chameleon tints

Gloss levels

  • gloss
  • semi-gloss
  • semi-matt
  • matt
  • full-matt