Metal Coating | Metal Fabrication

With the advancement in technology, various metal coating methods have been developed, each catering to different needs and requirements.



Types of Metal Coating
1. Galvanizing
– Hot-Dip Galvanizing
– Provides a thick, durable coating through immersion in molten zinc
– Ideal for outdoor applications, especially in harsh environments
– Protects steel from corrosion and extends its lifespan
– Electro-Galvanizing
– Suitable for intricate designs and small parts
– Offers a thinner coating compared to hot-dip galvanizing
– Ensures excellent adhesion to metal surfaces.

2. Powder Coating
– Electrostatic Powder Coating
– Charged powder particles adhere to conductive metal surfaces
– Provides a durable, high-quality finish
– Offers a wide range of colors and textures
– Fluidized Bed Powder Coating
– Involves immersing preheated metal in a fluidized bed of particles
– Excellent for coating thick and irregularly shaped objects
– Results in a consistent, smooth finish without drips or sagging.

3. Anodizing
– Aluminum Anodizing
– Enhances the natural oxide layer on aluminum surfaces
– Provides increased corrosion resistance and improves appearance
– Allows for the introduction of dyes to achieve a broad range of colors.

Benefits of Metal Coating
– Corrosion Resistance:
– Metal coating acts as a barrier, protecting metals from moisture and corrosive elements
– Increases the lifespan of metal products, reducing maintenance costs.

– Enhanced Aesthetic Appeal:
– Metal coatings offer a wide range of colors, finishes, and textures, improving the visual appeal of metal products
– Provides customization options to match specific design preferences.

– Improved Durability:
– Coated metals have increased resistance to wear, abrasion, and impact
– Extends the lifespan of metal parts, reducing the need for frequent replacements.