Powder Coating Services

Powder Coating 

Aman Metal Finishers is a one of top powder coating company in India that provides excellent powder coating services all across India that may give a major boost while also being cost-effective and ecologically friendly.  Aman metal provides powder coating job work or complete part with powder coating  on all bases like ms steel powder coating part , aluminum parts and all other metal parts.

Experienced specialists complete our metal powder coating service India, constantly striving to surpass expectations in terms of quality, service, and on-time delivery. we serve industries such as automotive, Defense, aerospace, architecture industry

What is Powder Coating process?

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Over the past decade powder coating has been increasingly accepted as the preferred finishing process for the future. The reasons for this conversion from wet to dry can be attributed to three major forces: economy — the high cost of energy and materials require a more cost effective and less wasteful process; excellence — consumers, and other end users, are demanding higher quality and more durable finishes; and ecology — progressively more stringent regulations are being aggressively enforced in an effort to control air pollution and hazardous waste disposal.

Powder coating Process

  • Powder coating involves applying a finely ground resin  to a substrate and subjecting this resin to heat. During the heating process, the powder melts and creates a uniform, continuous coating. Powder coatings provide excellent corrosion, impact, and abrasion resistance, as well as gloss retention. Manufacturers employ powder coating processes in a wide variety of applications as they are versatile and present savings in labor, materials, and energy costs, and because powder coats are durable. Powder coating dates to the 1950s when powders were flames sprayed on metallic surfaces to protect them from corrosion and abrasion. As the process evolved, most powder-coating applications involved lowering a heated part into a bed of fluidized powder. However, this process resulted in inconsistent film thickness. Electrostatic spray equipment, introduced in the early 1960s, enabled powder coatings to be applied to cold substrates, resulting in more uniform, thinner surface application and thus, savings in raw materials. Today, powder-coating processes are employed in many production settings involving protective finishes. Powder formulations can be created to deliver cosmetic, protective, and longevity characteristics, and to achieve maximum hardness, chemical resistance, and gloss retention