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

Archive for January, 2016

Shield Your Non Metallic Equipment with Powder Coating

Posted on: January 26th, 2016 by byersbushblog

Most people know that metallic objects can be powder coated and many even understand that the coating process is a magnetic one. What many people don’t realize is that non-magnetic items can be coated as well by some companies. They rely on a process known as pre-heating in order to coat the objects effectively and it’s a pretty simple way to get an even coating of powder material all over an object. (more…)

Powder Coat Your Boat Trailer for Protection against Rust

Posted on: January 24th, 2016 by byersbushblog

Boat trailers wear out quickly, especially when you launch boats into salt water. No matter how well the trailer is protected, eventually rust will set in and then you have to look for a new trailer to take care of your boating needs, or you have to try to remove the rust and protect the trailer once again. (more…)

Maximize Your Animal Fencing Investment from Rust Attack

Posted on: January 22nd, 2016 by byersbushblog

If you live on a farm you probably have quite a bit of animal fencing around your home. Not only that but you know what a major investment all that fencing is. If you’re sick and tired of paying to have fencing replaced on your property you can save yourself some money by paying to have it protectively coated before you put it in in the first place. (more…)

Keep Your Plow Running Longer with a Good Powder Coating

Posted on: January 20th, 2016 by byersbushblog

If you’re in the commercial snow removal business you understand how important your plow is for success. It’s literally the tool you do nearly all your work with, and if it falls apart you’re left with only one option, buying an expensive replacement. (more…)

Sandblasting Tools before Powder Coating gives more Protection

Posted on: January 13th, 2016 by byersbushblog

Whether you are painting a car part, or having something powder coated it’s important that you have the piece sandblasted before you have it protectively coated. Sandblasting is an important service that prepares the pieces before powder coat and helps achieve the best possible protective finish in the end. It’s simple for a skilled company to do, and it’s relatively inexpensive as well. (more…)