Railcraft Powder Coat Colors

Railcraft is proud to be an approved applicator of Akzo Nobel’s Interpon D3000. 

Approved Applicator

Railcraft is proud to be an approved applicator of Akzo Nobel’s Interpon D3000. This powder meets AAMA 2605 standards. Railcraft uses Interpon D series for projects in Hawaii and along the North American coasts of California and Florida.

For the Interpon D Color Card & Warranty click here.

Stock Colors

Railcraft stocks a wide variety of color options that will fit your color profile. Choose from one of our standard colors or any of our many custom colors. Have an idea for a color you don’t see here? We can make it happen. Color sample chips are available from your local Railcraft dealer.

Gloss White

Quartz Grey



Rideau Brown

Railcraft Tan

Railing Beige

Oyster Grey

Railing Grey

Black Velvet


Flat Black

Custom Colors

Railcraft is capable of managing custom rail colors for large residential and commercial projects. Additional time is required in order to source and match paint colors for your buildings needs. Contact us to learn more about ordering custom colors and matching your architect’s specifications.

Powder Coating Vs Spray

The advantages of powder coating over spray painting.
  • Powder coatings emit zero or near zero volatile organic compounds (VOC).
  • Powder coatings can produce much thicker coatings than conventional liquid coatings without running or sagging. This makes our product more durable than wet coat painted products. Our railing is less prone to peeling than comparable railing products.
  • Powder coating over-spray can be recycled and thus it is possible to achieve nearly 100% use of the coating. This helps to keep our cost low and provide competitively priced products to our customers.
  • Powder coating production lines produce less hazardous waste than conventional liquid coatings.
  • Capital equipment and operating costs for a powder line are generally less than for conventional liquid lines.
  • Powder coated items generally have fewer appearance differences between horizontally coated surfaces and vertically coated surfaces than liquid coated items giving our product a smooth and seamlessly finished product.
  • A wide range of special effects are easily accomplished which would be impossible to achieve with other coating processes. (custom paint where texture can be achieved for indoor use)

AAMA Fluoropolymer Power Coating

  • The AAMA has three metal powder-coating standards: 2605, 2604 or 2603.
  • Railcraft is only one of three certified powder coating applicators of AAMA-2605 powder coatings.

  • AAMA requires coatings to meet 10 year South Florida exposure which is globally recognized as one of the toughest combined environments for Humidity, Salt, and UV degradation on coatings.
  • Most stringent standard in all Architectural Coatings.
  • 12 Standard colors, with custom colors available as a premium upgrade.
AAMA 2605 Finish Comparison

For performance characteristics comparing liquid paint 70% PVDF (Kynar resin) and powder coating 100% FEVE (Fluoroethylene Vinyl Ether) please see the attached report. A main difference between these two coatings, apart from their physical state, is that the liquid coating is a thermoplastic and the powder coating is a thermoset. The Kynar resin does not undergo a permanent, one-way, infusible reaction as compared to the powder thermosets. Because of this, powder coated products are typically much harder and more scratch resistant, with a tougher film compared to the Kynar resin thermoplastic competitor.

See the Full Report Here.