Electrostatic Powder coating is the technique of applying a dry paint to a part. This is normally done by a spray gun and an electrostatic charge applied to the part. The part is then placed in an oven and the power particles melt and coalesce to adhere to the part as a film.
The benefits of powder paint is that because of the electrostatic charge of the paint there is a very effective coverage of the part even into cracks and bends where a wet paint might not reach. Powder paint is a tough, abrasion resistant finish which is great for outdoor use. Short Run Pro has its own powder paint capabilities.
Short Run Pro utilizes the highest quality wet paint systems for total coverage of brackets and parts. All parts we cleaned and a tough industrial primer is added to the part. The highest grade paints (considered automotive grade quality) are then spray painted onto the part over the dried primer. The result is a tough durable finish that will last.