Powder coating - our technologies
The most common corrosion protection method chosen by our customers is:
- shot blasting or corundum blasting + powder coating,
- shot blasting or corundum blasting + zinc or epoxy powder primer + painting for outdoor use,
- hot-dip galvanizing + powder coating.
- aluminium chromating + powder coating
Corrosion protection - effective protection against rust
Corrosion protection is used to extend the life of steel components and protect them from corrosion, thereby extending their service life. The negative effect of corrosion on steel causes that elements in prolonged contact with water gradually lose their technical parameters and become brittle. Therefore, it is important to provide rustproofing using proven methods such as powder coating and hot-dip galvanizing.
Powder coating, Płochocin
The main advantages of the TECHNIKOR shop in Płochocin are:
- no emissions of thinners and solvents to the environment,
- the coatings obtained thanks to their thickness (60-80 um) perfectly mask any inaccuracies of mechanical processing.
- speed of service and short lead times thanks to 3 paint lines.
Shot blasting (sandblasting)
A technological procedure that involves cleaning or profiling any surface with a jet of compressed air with the addition of hard sand or grit particles. The effect of sandblasting is similar to grinding, but the surface cleaned by sandblasting is usually much smoother and there are no problems with cleaning hard-to-reach corners, nooks, crannies and other inaccessible parts of steel structures.
Shot blasting (sandblasting) is one of the methods of removing damage from steel structures caused by atmospheric factors. This can be done with various types of abrasives. One type of sandblasting is shot blasting, which is the process of treating steel using a jet of compressed air or liquid and stainless-steel shot.
It is a series of treatments to coat the surface of steel objects with a thin layer of zinc to protect them from corrosion caused by air and water. In the conditions of urban corrosive environment, zinc coating shows from several to over a dozen times higher corrosion resistance than ungalvanized steel.