Electrostatic powder coating blends form and function When our electrostatic powder coating technicians apply a finish, it is not just a pretty paint job. Pacific Powder coating finishes also provide a protective coating for corrosion control, shielding the metal from the elements that cause corrosion to occur.
The protective coating for corrosion control is applied as a dry powder with the help of electrostatic guns at our Sacramento Powder Coating facility. The powder coated parts are then baked in 30 foot ovens—Northern California's largest—until the coating has melted into a uniform and smooth surface. Not using liquid paints protects the environment and provides a more durable coating. The result is a protective coating for corrosion control that increases the life of your metal piece, while also giving it an attractive appearance.