What is Powder Coating

What is Powder Coating

Powder Coating Sri Lanka was incorporated in 2013 and started operations in 2014, distributing powder coatings,plastic coatings, powder coating equipment’s and pre-treatment chemicals.

Within a very short period of time the company has achieved a remarkable growth with an impressive list of clients to its credit.

Powder Coating Sri Lanka has built strong relationship with its partner factories to import powder coatings and plastic coatings from India powder coating equipment’s, ovens conveyors, pre-treatment baths from Europe and pre-treatment chemicals from India.

Our professional after sales service combined with high quality products has made ourselves to be treated as a trusted partner for many business verticals in Sri Lanka. The knowledge and the experience gained while working with these companies, have unanimously offered Powder coating Sri Lanka the opportunity to play the key role as their consultants and to provide necessary expertise and advice regarding their powder coating requirements.

Following the phenomenal success in the powder coating business, Powder Coating Sri Lanka has diversified into an entirely different range of products, Powder Coating Sri Lanka Industrial Heating Systems .Product range of LPG Burner, Thermometer, Cost counter ,Heat controller was introduced to fill the gap in the local market. High quality product at an affordable price.

We are specialists in analyzing customer needs and coming up with a personalized customizable solutions, coupled with free installation, after sales service and a warranty for the products.

What is Powder Coating

Welcome to Powder Coating Sri Lanka?

Powder coating, the technique of applying dry paint to a part, is by far the youngest of the surface finishing techniques in common use today. In standard wet paints, such as house paints, the solids are in suspension in a liquid carrier, which must evaporate before the solid paint coating is produced. Powder coatings avoid this issue and the associated use of solvents, yet produce a final cured coating with similar properties to that achieved with a two-pack wet paint.

Powder coating technology has already successfully displaced liquid based alternatives for a variety of applications and its use continues to grow in other countries. Demand for powder coatings is forecast to rise by 8% per year world wide, but in Sri Lanka, powder coating industry is yet in pre-mature stage and/or not known to most of industrialists and consumers. We believe that powders will continue to find the bulk of their use in durable goods markets in Sri Lanka as well, and should bring excellent long term prospects.