Spanish Fork Powder Coating
Looking for a dependable powder coating service in Utah County? Choose Smith Powder Coating for all your Spanish Fork powder coating needs. We are located on Main Street, across the street from the fairgrounds. To get started on your powder coating project, call (385) 200-1260 or visit us today! Walk-ins are welcome!
Choose Smith Powder Coating In Spanish Fork
There are a lot of powder coating facilities in Utah County, so why choose Smith Powder Coating? Our company strives to provide the highest-quality powder coating process. We are honest, don’t cut corners, and finish each order in a timely manner.
If you have any questions or concerns, call us directly at (385) 200-1260. We look forward to working with you.
Never Miss A Step
At Smith Powder Coating, we understand the importance of following the three-step powder coating process. Scroll down to learn more about the individual powder coating steps.
Click here to view our full color list. It will stay updated with our latest color options, as well as provide examples of items powder coated in that shade. We can also provide more custom colors (such as pink) for an up-charge.
Attention To Detail
Precision to detail is extremely important to the powder coating process. Each item is carefully inspected to make sure the metal surface is fully coated and ready for pick up.
Our team works hard to provide quick turnaround times on all projects. When dropping off, an estimated time of completion for the project. We will also keep you in the loop if any changes happen to the scheduling.
Spanish Fork Powder Coating Process
Smith Powder Coating uses a three-step powder coating process to ensure the longevity of the finish.
Step 1: Sandblast
Sandblasting is the process of blasting abrasive material at a metal surface. This helps remove any and all impurities from the metal. Similar to sand paper, sandblasting also creates a profile that helps the primer bond with the metal.
Step 2: Primer
Epoxy prime is then applied to the metal product. The product is placed into an oven and baked at 400 degrees. Primer melts and seeps deep into the metal. All outdoor products must be primed before powder coated.
Step 3: Powder Coat
Powder coated is applied through an electrostatic spray gun. After an even layer has been sprayed, it is once again placed in the oven. After the metal cools, the powder coat finish will be resistant to chips, scratches, and scuffs.
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