A Full Palette of

Powder Coat Colors

Colors are available in flat, satin, gloss, high gloss, metallic, candies, clear, iridescent, fluorescent, wrinkle and glitter finishes. For lowest cost and fastest turnaround, we recommend choosing from our standard colors and finishes. Textures range from smooth to wrinkled or matte finishes. We also have finishes with rough textures that hide surface imperfections.

Elite Powder Coaters offer a wide range of colours from AKZO Interpon ,Joytun, Prismatic and Oxytech. 

Why Powder Coat?

Powder coating produces a high specification coating which is relatively hard, abrasion resistant (depending on the specification) and tough. Thin powder coatings can be bent but this is not recommended for exterior applications.

The choice of colors and finishes is almost limitless, if you have the time and money to have the powder produced by the powder manufacturer.

Powder coatings can be applied over a wide range of thickness. The Australian Standard AS4506:1998 – Metal finishing – Thermoset powder coatings recommends 25 micron minimum for mild interior applications and up to 60 micron minimum for exterior applications.

Care must be exercised when quoting minimum thickness because some powder will not give “coverage” below 60 or even 80 micron. “Coverage” is the ability to cover the color of the metal with the powder. Some of the white colors require about 75 micron to give full “coverage”. One of the orange colors must be applied at 80 micron. Color matching is quite acceptable batch to batch.

What Is Powder Coating?

Powder coating is by far the youngest of the surface finishing techniques in common use today. It was first used in Australia about 1967. It is a superior finish that’s found on hundreds of products you come in contact with each day. 

Powder coating is the technique of applying dry paint to a part. The final cured coating is the same as a 2-pack wet paint. In normal wet painting such as house paints, the solids are in suspension in a liquid carrier, which must evaporate before the solid paint coating is produced.

 

How Does It Works?

Powder coating is a dry finishing process. Finely ground particles of pigment and resin are electrostatically charged and sprayed onto the products to be coated. The parts to be coated are electrically grounded, so that the charged particles adhere to them until melted and fused into a solid coating in a curing oven.

Prismatic Powders

Prismatic finishes are ideal for car rims, as well as auto and motorcycle bodies and motor bike frames. Prismatic is the hands-down choice of car and motorcycle enthusiasts. Prismatic colors are Special Order items; we are usually able to get them quickly for you.

Oxtytech Hi Temp Powder

OXYCOLOUR MUFFLER COATINGS are silicone powder coatings designed for use in high temperature applications. The pigments and resins create a performance coating able to withstand peak temperatures of up to 650°C and the repeated heating and cooling specifically of exhaust systems among other substrates.