The PPA 571 coating protect metal fencing from corrosion for 15 years

Archive for July, 2014

High Performance Powder Bell Sprayer changes the game with Powder Coating

Posted on: July 31st, 2014 by byersbushblog

Inobell Powder Bell Technology has launched into Canada through a partnership with Byers Bush.  Offering a powder sprayer solution that provides paint savings, but also a quality finish with easy integration.  It allows the application of powder pain on all types of surfaces with a particular effectiveness on flat surfaces. (more…)

Environmental Benefits of Powder Coating

Posted on: July 31st, 2014 by byersbushblog

What to do for a Chipped or Rusting Powder Coated Cage

Posted on: July 25th, 2014 by byersbushblog

Any parrot owner will tell you that, if you’re looking for the best use of your money, a solid and resilient cage is the area to focus on.

Indeed, experienced parrot owners will also go so far as to tell what kind of cage to opt for, and nine times out of ten they’ll recommend a powder coated cage, which offers increased longevity and durability over its steel-based counterparts. (more…)

Sandblast Rusty Steel

Posted on: July 22nd, 2014 by byersbushblog

If any given steel surface has given way to rust, it needn’t mean that that surface is gone for good. Instead, it’s time to take action.

Sandblasting is the most effective way to get rid of rust, and prevent it from further affecting the integrity of a surface. It also forms part of the first stage in the powder coating process, which can future proof the lifespan of an object if done correctly. In this way, adequate sandblasting as part of pretreatment is key to ensuring a professional quality powder coated finish. (more…)

Powder coat your hand tools

Posted on: July 15th, 2014 by byersbushblog

Powder coating is a process really gaining speedy traction in the finishing world, and with good reason: it’s resilient, durable, attractive and eco-friendly.

As a result, many people are looking for new applications for this miracle finishing technique, by identifying items that need to stand up to stress or challenging environments. (more…)