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We are one of the most well-known industrial powder coaters in the West Midlands. We specialise in bulk black powder coating services but are able to offer other colours for large orders. Our key objective is to powder coat components for a range of sectors to a high degree of quality that cannot be matched. At R&M Powder Coating we can help you with any application regardless of the size. As leading powder coaters, our attention to detail to each project, large or small means you will have an unbeatable quality and the best coating treatment available.

Why Use R&M Industries For 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

What Is Powder Coating?

Powder coating is a finishing method that adds both an aesthetic and a protective component to various surfaces. The technique has become increasingly popular due to its durable finish. It allows for maximised production, improved efficiencies, and simplified environmental compliance. Additionally, it does not require any solvents for application. Instead, it uses an electrostatic spray deposition (ESD) to apply the powder coating to a metal substrate.

Powder Coating

What Size Items Can Be Powder Coated?

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

Powder Coating

How Does Powder Coating Work?

1: Powder coatings are formulated on polymer resin systems, combined with curatives, pigments, levelling agents, flow modifiers, and other additives.

2: The ingredients are melt mixed, cooled, then ground into a fine powder.

3: Generally, the next step is to apply the powder coating using the electrostatic spray deposition (ESD) process. This works by applying an electrostatic charge to the powder particles, which are then attracted to the grounded part.

4: Following the powder coating application, the substrate enters a curing oven, where the added heat creates a chemical reaction.

Result: The result of this process is long molecular chains, resulting in high cross-link density. Simply put, the result is a durable coating that is very resistant to breakdown.

Typically, powder coating is in use on metal substrates. But, you can also use it on non-metallic materials such as plastic. However, in this instance the powder coating must be cured by UV rays.

Advantages Of Powder Coating

Powder Coating is an advanced method of applying an aesthetic and a protective finish to surfaces. There are many reasons behind its growing popularity in both industry and consumers.


One of the biggest advantages is the increase in longevity of the substrate. Powder coating is very resistant to extreme temperatures and environmental elements, therefore it protects against rust and corrosion. What’s more, it is also highly resistant to scratching and chipping making it ideal for many industries. This durability can significantly reduce the cost of regular repairs and replacements. Furthermore, its impenetrable surface means it maintains its aesthetic appeal.

Cost- Effectiveness

Another main benefit in comparison to alternatives is cost-effectiveness. Liquid paint generally fades within a five year period. Whereas, powder coating can last for decades, largely due to its durability and resistance to environmental elements.

Additionally, powder coating can further save money as it doesn’t require any stringent environmental testing once finishing product.

Environmentally Friendly

Another important benefit of industrial powder coating is its level of friendliness to the environment. Liquid paints contain significant amounts of pollutants. Whereas, powder coating contains no solvents and releases negligible amounts, if any, of VOC’s into the atmosphere. In addition, can easily be disposed of in a landfill.

What’s more, powder coating is completely harmless. As a result, there is a marked reduction in nose, mouth and throat irritation.

Choice Of Finishes

A great benefit of the powder coating method is the choice of finishes and the potential for customisation. It’s entirely possible to create custom colours, texture, and finish with few competitive options in terms of versatility and range.

What Is Powder Coating Made Of?

Powder coating is made up of a pigment compound (for colour), a filler substance (for a smooth surface), and resin (that melts and fuses everything together).

What Does Powder Coating Do?

Powder coating protects the roughest, most abrasive parts, gear, as well as everyday household objects. It produces a more durable surface, while maintaining a pleasing appearance.

What Does Powder Coating Look Like?

Powder coatings are applied in their solid, powdered form, and will have more texture than liquid paint and be rounded at the edges.

Which Products Can Be Powder Coated?

You can use powder coating for a large variety of materials. Generally, the most common material is metal. But, you can also coat other materials such as wood, plastic, composites, glass, and MDF. However, it’s essential to consider whether the material can withstand the temperature it’ll be exposed to during the process.

Some Common Products Include:

1. Automotive Parts

The automotive industry commonly uses powder coating for parts such as hubcaps, bumpers, decorative accessories, and more. Additionally, powder coating is often in use on engine parts to give them an aesthetic appeal and improve durability.

2. Military & Defence

Military equipment coatings must provide an extremely high degree of protection while adhering to the most recent military specifications. Powder coating for defence can be applied to a variety of military components and surfaces, including: Bomb-disposal equipment, Storage of ammunition, Radar systems, rioting gear etc.

3. Building Materials

Powder coating is also highly beneficial within the construction and architectural industry as it’s resistant to general wear and tear and rusting. Not to mention its durability and high levels of resistance to extreme temperatures. Products include window frames, door frames, fencing materials, structural beams, stadiums, building facades and so much more.

4. Sporting Goods

Sporting goods is another industry that makes regular use of powder coating. Often you will see items such as golf clubs, bicycles, exercise equipment, ski poles, and much more with a powder coating finish. This is because it can withstand large amounts of wear and tear.

5. Other Miscellaneous Products

Aside from the industries and products mentioned above, there are many other items that benefit from powder coating services. This includes children’s toys, furniture, pens, office cabinets, appliances, chairs, desks and the list goes on.

In fact, powder coating is the most used type of protective finish in the world. Also it is in use in many day-to-day products.

West Midland Industrial Powder Coaters – R&M

At R&M Industries are leading powder coaters in the West Midlands. We offer high quality services and finishes here in the for a wide range of industries.

Call us today to discuss your requirements on 01384 898765.

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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