We often get asked, what is the difference between powder coating and painting? While they both have specific use cases, here are some reasons why we choose powder coating.
Countryside Powder Coating was started out of the necessity for good, high quality powder coating in the local area. Our batch process is ideal for small, as well as large, runs of parts. Each part is inspected, prepped and coated by our professionals before baking in our closely regulated oven. The result is an extremely durable, long-lasting finish.
Anything able to withstand the temperature of 400 degrees is able to be powder coated. A few examples are:
Bring back to life the original-like appearance of your old antique collectables! Sandblasted to remove all the old paint and rust, we then powder coat with the colors of your choice, making for a durable finish to last another’s lifetime.
Whether you’re restoring your vehicle, replacing a part, or bought a new piece of equipment, we always recommend powder coating it so it has a durable finish to last down the road. Colors come in all sorts, including polished aluminum if you like the brand new look.