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    Discussion in 'Surface finishes' started by RoseJRedmond, Mar 5, 2018.

    1. RoseJRedmond

      RoseJRedmond New Member

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      Surface finishing is very necessary for reactive metals like ductile iron and carbon steel. When kept unprotected, the iron contained in these metals reacts with oxygen and form rust. These coatings are not just meant for decorative purpose. It safe keeps the metal and prevent corrosion. Metal parts can be finished with either powder coating or wet paint.

      After comparing several factors including cost, safety, performance, textures etc, we could easily conclude that powder coatings are much better than wet paint. There are several companies offering good quality powder coating paint in Toronto. It's always better to go for the best always.

      New technological progressions and decreasing costs are driving up the importance of powder coating, especially in modern applications.
       
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