Countryside Powder Coating is excited to expand its powder coating services to the Sterling area! We have years of experience in the precision application of powder coating and the challenges that come with it.
Our shop is on the outskirts of Freeport, Illinois, right off of highway 20. An easy access for serving the people of Sterling!
Look no further if you’re looking for a reputable powder coating company. We are a family-owned and operated company. We will not lead you astray by convincing you that you require something that you do not. Yeah sure, that may sound cliched, but it is true. So, what kinds of things can be powder coated? Powder coating can be used on anything that can resist temperatures of 400 degrees or higher. Here are a few examples:
If your part is not already stripped of its old finish, we do a complete cleaning and old-finish removal by a chemical or sand blasting process. Then a preparation process involving washing the part. Now we are ready for the actual powder coating, choosing one of hundreds of colors or finishes (matte, semi-gloss, gloss, hammertone and more), single or multicolor. After the part is covered in powder, we bake it in our oven at a high temperature, curing the powder on your part. Anything that’s metal can be powder coated!
The Powder Coating process is incredibly efficient – most projects only require one coat, which helps to keep project expenses to a minimum. Powder coating consists of the spray application of a dry, electro-statically charged powder to a metal component or part. Once the powder is applied, the part is cured in an oven to produce a durable, long-lasting finish. Powder coating is less expensive than wet paint and requires less energy and waste. It is also simple to adjust the coating thickness to fit the project’s protection needs. It is feasible to obtain a thicker coating than liquid paint while maintaining coating integrity.
Powder coating is a great alternative for applications that require a high level of visual appeal. Coatings are available in a wide range of colors and distinctive effects to give the workpiece the look you want. Powder coating also produces fewer changes in look between horizontally and vertically coated surfaces, resulting in a more consistent appearance across the product. We often find that powder coating can help hide small blemishes in a part.