Elevating Excellence: The Powder Coating Advantage of Railcraft Aluminum Railings
In the dynamic world of aluminum railings, the finishing touch can make all the difference. At Railcraft we take pride in our commitment to quality, and a significant aspect of that commitment lies in our use of our Powder Coating Process. Let’s delve into the powder coating method and explore the unparalleled advantages it brings to finishing aluminum railings, setting them apart from other paint and finish methods.
The Powder Coating Process: Precision in Every Particle
Powder Coating is a dry finishing process that involves applying a fine powder made of pigment and resin to a prepared surface, such as aluminum railings. The process is electrostatic, creating a powerful bond between the charged particles and the metal. This is followed by curing the coated product in our ovens at 350 degrees fahrenheit, allowing the powder to melt and form a smooth, durable finish.
The electrostatic nature of Powder Coating ensures an even and consistent application across the entire surface of the aluminum railings, aluminum decks, sunshades, arbors and our other lines of aluminum products. This precision is unmatched by traditional liquid paint methods, providing a flawless finish that enhances both aesthetics and durability.
Unlike liquid paints that often contain solvents and emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs), Powder Coating is an environmentally friendly option. The process produces minimal waste, and any overspray can often be collected and reused, contributing to a more sustainable and eco-conscious finishing solution.
Wide Color Range and Finishes:
Our Powder Coating Process offers a vast spectrum of colors and finishes, allowing for customization to meet specific design preferences. Whether you desire a matte, glossy, or textured finish, our Powder Coating Process can achieve a wide range of aesthetic possibilities, making it a versatile choice for your aluminum railings, decks and related products.
Our Powder-Coated aluminum railings exhibit exceptional durability, surpassing traditional paint methods. The cured powder forms a robust surface that is resistant to scratches, chips, and fading. This durability ensures that Railcraft railings maintain their visual appeal and protective qualities over an extended period.
The thickness of the powder coating on our aluminum railings provides added impact resistance compared to traditional paint methods. This makes them ideal for areas with high traffic or environments where the railings may be subject to more wear and tear, weather exposure and varying climate conditions.
Cost-Effective Long-Term Solution:
While the initial cost of powder coating may be slightly higher than traditional paint methods, the long-term benefits far outweigh this factor. The enhanced durability, reduced maintenance requirements, and longer lifespan contribute to a cost-effective solution over the life cycle of our railings.