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Archive for October, 2017

Can plastic be powder coated?

Posted on: October 31st, 2017 by byersbushblog

There was a time when powder coating technology was limited only to treating metal products. The condition is very different today where powder coating can be used on a variety of materials like glass, MDF, composite, wood, and plastic. (more…)

Can wood be powder coated?

Posted on: October 29th, 2017 by byersbushblog

Did you know that the advancements in the technology used in powder coating even heat sensitive substrates can be coated? Unlike a few years ago, a variety of materials and products can now be subjected to powder coating.

Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) is one of the biggest beneficiaries of these technological breakthroughs because despite its homogenous surface and low porosity, it can still be powder coated. How good is it? (more…)

How Do You Apply Clear Powder Coat?

Posted on: October 27th, 2017 by byersbushblog

Clear powder coating can be quite tricky to use. However, in terms of powder coating, this material has proven to have many uses. Learning how to use it requires knowing how to properly apply it. So if you want to add more functionality to powder coating, it is necessary to know how to apply clear powder coat.


How Do You Touch Up Powder Coating?

Posted on: October 25th, 2017 by byersbushblog

Powder coating presents many advantages over traditional and equally popular coatings like liquid paint. One of these advantages is the various ways that the coating can be touched up, fine-tuned, or reworked.

Let’s face it, even the most experienced will at one time or another find defects in the final coat. How do you touch up powder coating? (more…)

6 Effective Methods Could be Used to Prevent Metal Corrosion

Posted on: October 6th, 2017 by byersbushblog

Metal corrosion can be slowed down, managed, and even stopped! That is of course if you know the proper way to do it. Essentially, when you speak of corrosion, you refer to the chemical or electrochemical reaction that happens between the material and the environment resulting in a deterioration of the material including its properties. (more…)