Powder Coating

Ewart Engineering provide painting services, ranging from small engineering projects to large global manufacturing operations. Quality component processes are inter-dependent and shot blasting is an integral process in our powder coating system. We can accommodate any component shape you may have to go through our shot blasting and after treatment they are given a seven stage tri-cationic zinc phosphate surface pre treatment for components up to four metres long and for the automotive industry they are also given a one thousand hour salt spray test.

Components are then powder coated in one of two spray booths by either robots or manual spraying depending on the shape of the component. Infra red gas fired ovens have computer controlled track speeds to ensure parts are cured correctly. Our quality control checks guarantee gloss levels and coating thicknesses comply with specifications at all times.

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Powder Coating

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