Powder Coating


Powder coating was developed in response to the environmental problems associated with solvent-based coatings. Powder coatings are solid mixtures of functional components which melt when heated and cure to form a protective film on metals, which achieves a certain look and serves a specific purpose.

The result is a uniform, durable, high-quality and attractive finish. An average thickness of .002” to .003” is all that is required to achieve a superior level of protection and finish for most applications. Special coatings can be applied to up to .030”.

There are several advantages with powder coating

  • Powder coatings emit zero volatile organic compounds (VOC). 
  • Powder coatings produce a much thicker coating without drips and sagging 
  • Powder coating produces very little waste
  • A wide range of specialty effects is easily accomplished which would be impossible to achieve with other coating processes.

While powder coating started as an alternative to finishing metal products only, the development of powder that can be cured at lower temperatures has allowed powder coating to expand to non-metal surfaces such as ceramics and some wood and plastic applications. Powder coating results in a tough, more chip, scratch and corrosion resistant finish for your products.

At Valley Powdercoat, our powder coatings will adhere well to your products, have good cohesive strength, resist weathering and chemical deterioration, and impede the permeability of harmful or corrosive materials. 




30936 Peardonville Rd
Abbotsford, British Columbia
Canada V2T 6K1
Tel: 604-850-2464
Fax: 604-850-2498

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