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  • Started by richmccullough Sep 10, 2010 at 8:31 pm
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  1. #1 Sep 10, 2010 at 8:31 pm

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    Hello, My name is Rich. I own and operate a small custom powder coating company in central Wisconsin. I cater to car, motorcycle, snowmobile, and ATV enthusiasts. I wanted to explain a little about Powder coating. Believe it or not there are many people who have never even heard of it, so here it goes. Powder coating is another form of painting. It is much stronger than paint, endures higher temps, and lasts longer. In most cases it's also cheaper than paint. It is applied as a powder and than bakes to finish. When it's done it has a show quality finish. Almost any substrate can be coated, including all metals, woods, and plastics. As long as it can handle the curing process which is about 15 min around 380 degrees for most powders. And again, its comes in any color you can imagine. I offer over 350 colors including high gloss super wet, flats, metallics, candy's, translucent, industrial, R.A.L., special effects, optical illusion, and glow in the dark. Colors can be matched as well. I also offer ceramic coating for exhaust systems. Ceramic is applied as a liquid like paint but bakes to finish like powder. It keeps under hood temps down, it protects from rust, looks good and comes in different colors. It can withstand continuous temps of 2000 degrees. If you have any questions let's here em.
    Thanks,
    Rich

    trappriverpc@yahoo.com
     

     

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