Domestic Powder Coating

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Why Use R&M For Domestic 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

Powder coating is a finishing technique for metal products, in use in a wide range of major industries. For instance, aerospace, defence, architectural and rail. However, one industry that people use powder coated products in their everyday lives are home appliances. With decades of experience under our belts, the team of powder coating specialists deliver an exceptional domestic coating service from concept to completion.

What Size Items Can Be Powder Coated?

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

Why Do Domestic Products Require Powder Coating?

Powder coating for home appliances has many advantages. One of which being high corrosion resistance with single coating application. Therefore, powder coatings are in use for a wide variety of domestic products. For instance, electrical appliances, clothes dryers, cookers, dishwashers, fans, freezers, microwaves, refrigerators, television components, video components, washing machines and more. Not to mention smaller appliances such as toasters, irons, vacuum cleaners and floor polishers.

What Are The Benefits?

One of the biggest benefits of domestic powder coating, especially on metals, is durability. This is because, it protects surfaces against scratching, fading and chipping. Liquid solvents that are necessary for traditional painting jobs contain volatile organic compounds, which are dangerous to nature. However, powder coating is also environmentally safe and therefore the best alternative to liquid paint.

The absence of solvents in our method eliminates such a risk because the VOC amounts, if any, are negligible. This makes powder coating a particularly attractive finish for home appliances.

Is Powder Coating Toxic?

Powder coating is non-toxic and harmless, thus it complies with many environmental regulations. This makes it easier to dispose of, and because it isn’t categorised as a spill danger, it doesn’t necessitate specific storage. Powder coating is a material that is easy to recycle and reuse.

What Types Of Metals Can You Powder Coat?

Powder coating is effective on mild steel, galvanised and electroplated steel, aluminium, stainless steel, and most other steel alloys. Powder coating is versatile and can be used on a variety of materials, including metal, wood, glass, and plastics.


Why Choose R&M For Your Domestic Powder Coaters?

Our team of specialist domestic powder coaters can work with you to deliver the precise colours required for your project, alongside a durable quality finish. From a wide range of popular metals to component sizes, quantities, and specifications, we have the expertise and equipment to take on your next powder coating job.

We work with many industries including aerospace, architecture, marine, construction, 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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