Here Are Some Awesome Benefits Of Powder Coating Fireplace Doors

Many different finishes are available for your fireplace door. Recent advances in technology have produced new finishing processes that vastly improve the overall quality and durability of fireplace doors. The Powder Coat finish is one such advancement. It is an extremely high-quality finish that uses electricity to solidify the painting process.

The powder coating finish is available in several pigments (colors), suitable for the typical fireplace. Darker pigments are more likely to fade if your fireplace doors are used on an outdoor fireplace, so be sure to get a lighter pigment for any products you plan to use outdoors.

Finely ground pigment and resin particles are introduced to an electrostatic charge before the finish is applied to the door. The product will be electrically ground, so the charged particles will adhere to it.

The mixture is then applied onto the fireplace door and then heated in a curing oven to allow the coating to be smoothed out on the window. The result is an attractive, durable, and high-quality finish.

The Powder Coat finish is more resilient than any other finish. It is resistant to chipping, scratching, and rust. This finish doesn’t contain any solvents, which makes it one of the most environmentally friendly finishes out on the market today. The Powder Coat finish has the ability to significantly increase fireplace doors’ quality, protecting your investment for years to come.

Rustylions is the top powder coater that offers both fluidized bed choices and spray-parts capability. We provide certified color formulations for all standard colors in our spectrophotometer, or we can match accurately to any color sample.

We also offer several other world-class services such as metal finishing – railings, outdoor and indoor furniture, welding, and assisting machine shop and manufacturing finishing services. Call Rustylions Powder Coating at 347-613-8103/ 973-459-8515 for projects and queries.

 

 

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