Rockford Powder Coating

Professional Powder Coating Services for Rockford, Illinois

Rockford Powder Coating

Countryside Powder Coating is excited to expand its powder coating services to the Rockford area! We have years of experience in the precision application of powder coating and the challenges that come with it.

Our shop is located in Freeport, Illinois, right off of highway 20. An easy access for serving the community of Rockford!


Get Solutions To Your Rockford Powder Coating Problems

Look no further if you’re looking for a reputable powder coating company servicing Rockford, IL. If you have dull, rusty metal parts, we can help. We offer our powder coating services to customers and businesses in the Rockford community, and we’re committed to providing the best possible solutions to your powder coating needs. We’re Rockford powder coating experts, and we have a wide range of experience in the industry. We can help you with any powder coating problem you may have, and we’ll work with you to find the best possible solution. We’re also committed to offering our powder coating services at the most competitive prices.

We are Northwestern Illinois’s number one choice when it comes to powder coating. We can solve all of your powder coating needs and problems!

We understand that Rockford is growing, and with that growth come new businesses and homeowners. And with that, the need for powder coating services arises. That is why we are expanding and offering our powder coating services to Rockford!

So, what kinds of things can we powder coated? Powder coating can be used on anything that can resist temperatures of 400 degrees or higher. Here are a few examples:

What Is Powder Coating?

Powder coating is a type of coating that is electrostatically applied as a dry powder and then heated to allow the powder to form a durable finish layer. Powder coating is commonly used to coat metals, such as automobiles, bicycle components, home appliances, and so on, to provide a hard surface that is tougher than ordinary paint.

The fundamental difference between a typical liquid paint and a powder coating from a chemical standpoint is that a powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form. Powder coating offers several advantages over traditional paint including the ability to apply thicker coatings with minimal running or sagging, fewer differences between vertically and horizontally coated surfaces overall.

While it is reasonably simple to apply thick powder coatings that cure to a smooth, texture-free surface, it is more difficult to apply smooth thin layers when working with powder coating. The film becomes rougher and has an “orange peel” appearance as the thickness is lowered. This isn’t always a bad thing; many items benefit from a more textured surface appearance because it hides metal flaws that occur during production or sandblasting. Powder coated surfaces with an “orange peel” look also hide fingerprints that may have been left behind during the coating process. Finally, numerous colors can be applied before curing them all together during the powder coating process, allowing for color blending and bleed special effects.

What Are The Advantages Of Powder Coating?

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 often times 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 provides a more durable finish than traditional paint, and it is also less likely to chip or fade. 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. Many cast metal parts are powder coated with a textured finish to hide the often un-smooth surfaces that cast metal produces. For more information on the colors and textured finishes of powder coating available, please contact us and we will be glad to assist you.

What Is Your Powder Coating Process?

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. It is critical to remove all dirt, oil, grease, lubricant, metal oxides, welding scale, and other contaminants prior to the powder coating process. Before initiating the powder coating process, sandblasting (or other abrasive media blasting procedures) is highly recommended. 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!

Ready To Get Started?

As we had stated earlier, we are excited to expand our powder coating services to Rockford, Illinois! If you have a project in mind and need a reliable, honest company to help you get it done right, contact us today! Our team of experts will work with you every step of the way to make sure your powder coating project is a success.

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