Architectural Powder Coating

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Why Use R&M For Architectural Powder Coating?

  • Specialists in electrostatic powder coating application
  • Powder coater of choice for a wide range of industries including Automotive, Aerospace, Domestic, Medical & Construction
  • Committed to understanding the current and future needs of our customers through achieving customer satisfaction.
  • Delivering measurable continual improvement through the use of effective management systems

Due to its superior strength and durability, powder coating is widely in use in many industries including architectural, automotive, rail and many more. At R&M, as leading powder coaters, for the architectural sector, each project, no matter how big or little, receives the same level of attention to detail. Therefore, we can help you with any architecture application. R&M Industries offers a long-lasting, high performance finish for your architectural designs.

The Advantages For Architectural Applications

Powder coating has numerous advantages for architecture applications. For instance, one of the greatest benefits being low-emitting products and sustainable buildings. Powder coating is suitable for use on aluminum and steel for both interior and exterior architecture applications. Therefore, it offers excellent durability, good chemical resistance and mechanical performance. In addition, it is a sustainable alternative to liquid fluoropolymer coatings and anodized finishes.

First introduced in the 1970s, architectural powder coating is now one of the most widely used methods in the industry. Advancements in technology and materials have provided new architectural opportunities in contemporary design. What’s more, its sustainable and durable nature make it hard to compete with.

What Types Of Architectural Materials Use Powder Coating?

Powder coating is suitable for use on aluminum and steel both internally and externally. At R&M Industries our architecture powder coating range offers a tough hard wearing finish. Designed to accommodate different environmental and live environments. As a result, it can be used to meet a large number of applications.

What Size Items Can Be Powder Coated?

The envelope size for our workshop is 2.4m Length by 1.3m Height by 400mm Depth.

Architectural Powder Coating

Why Is Powder Coating Environmentally Friendly?

As aforementioned, one of the biggest advantages of powder coating for the architectural industry is environmental sustainability. In fact, buildings can be constructed, designed and operated to boost the economic and environmental productivity and performance.

The reason for its sustainability is its exclusion of VOC. This alone means it produces less waste than other painting methods. With this in mind, there is very little out there that competes, especially if you are trying to improve your footprint. What’s more, as we continue to navigate a more environmentally friendly future, stricter environmental regulations are inevitable.

Other Benefits

Furthermore, powder coating is typically a one-coat process which brings a great deal of efficiency to the application. Plus, it’s highly resistant to corrosion and chemically very stable. To add to this, it is available in a wide array of colours and increasingly able to include brighter, smooth metallics in varying performance levels.

Additionally, powder coatings require less transportation energy than coating methods as they are much lighter than liquid, for example. As a result, fewer resources are required to transport powder coatings from the factory to the finished metal.

What Architectural Applications Use Powder Coating?

In architectural applications, powder coating is ideal for metal components. Such as: roofs, curtain walls, windows, window frames, doors, skylights, extrusions, fencing, ceiling grids, partitions, racking and shelving and so much more.

Furthermore, powder coating is especially beneficial in commercial architecture, where the finish must endure regular wear and tear from the public.

Advanced coating options with state-of-the-art chemical compositions, are helping architectural finishes meet the lifespan expectations of contemporary architecture. What’s more, they are doing so in a sustainable and environmentally friendly fashion.

What Are The Types Of Powder Coating?

Powder coating is divided into two types: thermoplastic and thermoset. Within these two categories they are divided into further groups. Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), Polyolefin, and Nylon are examples of thermoplastic powder coatings. Epoxy, Epoxy-Polyester hybrids, Polyester, Acrylic, and Silicon are among the Thermoset powder coatings.

How Long Does Powder Coating Last Outside?

In most cases powder coating can maintain its finish up to 15-20 years. However, this does depend on the pre-treatment and the type of powder in use in the process. Its resistance to weather, corrosion, and chemicals makes powder coating a more durable finish than paint or other liquid coatings.

Call us today on 01384 898765 to discuss powder coating services for your next project.

As leading powder coaters, as well as the Architectural Industry, we work with many sectors. This is including aerospace, agriculture, construction, domestic, medical and rail.

Quality Powder Coating

Expert powder coating with quality decorative finishes
Spray and dip systems available
No volume too big or too small
Excellent corrosion resistance
Wide range of base metals & component sizes
World class OEE rating
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Do you have a project that you would like to discuss with us? We can handle any sized contract and we have specialists ready to take your call. Get in touch with us today for a free, non obligatory quotation.

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