NS Powder Coating

Your Local Powder Coating Expert

Railings Powder Coating

Elevate the appearance and durability of your railings with our specialized powder coating service. Whether for residential, commercial, or industrial applications, we provide comprehensive coating solutions for metal railings of all shapes and sizes. Our coatings offer exceptional resistance to weathering, rust, and corrosion, ensuring that your railings maintain their pristine appearance and structural integrity even in harsh outdoor environments. With a wide range of colors and finishes available, we tailor our coatings to complement your design preferences while providing long-lasting protection for your railings. Trust us to deliver flawless results that enhance both the aesthetics and functionality of your railing systems

Furniture Powder Coating

Revitalize your furniture pieces with our furniture powder coating services. Whether it's metal chairs, tables, or outdoor furniture, we offer durable coatings that enhance the appearance and longevity of your furniture. Our coatings provide superior protection against rust, fading, and wear, allowing your furniture to withstand the elements and maintain its beauty in any indoor or outdoor setting.

Custom Powder Coating

Elevate your projects with our custom powder coating service. Whether you require a specific color match, unique texture, or specialized finish, our experts work closely with you to bring your vision to life. From intricate designs to bold statements, we tailor our coatings to reflect your individual style and requirements.

Priming

Priming is an essential step in the powder coating process, especially when dealing with substrates prone to corrosion or requiring enhanced adhesion. Step priming, also known as multi-stage priming, involves applying multiple layers of primer to achieve specific performance characteristics and improve the durability and appearance of the final coating.

Surface Preparation

Before priming, the substrate must undergo thorough cleaning and preparation to remove any contaminants such as oil, grease, dirt, or old coatings. Surface preparation methods may include degreasing, sandblasting, chemical etching, or mechanical abrasion to ensure optimal adhesion of the primer.

First Coat Primer Application

The first primer coat is applied to the prepared substrate using an electrostatic spray gun. This initial coat serves as a base layer, providing corrosion protection and promoting adhesion between the substrate and subsequent primer layers.

Curing

 After the first coat of primer is applied, the substrate is transferred to a curing oven where it undergoes a curing process. Curing typically involves heating the coated substrate to a specific temperature for a predetermined time, allowing the primer to chemically crosslink and form a durable, protective film.

Metalization

Metalizing, also known as thermal spraying or metallization, stands as a formidable technique in the realm of surface engineering. It involves the application of metallic or ceramic coatings onto substrates, imparting them with enhanced properties such as corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and thermal insulation.

Advantages of Metalizing

Metalized coatings provide exceptional corrosion resistance, safeguarding substrates from degradation caused by exposure to moisture, chemicals, and environmental elements. This makes them invaluable for protecting critical infrastructure, industrial equipment, and marine structures.

Applications of Metalizing

Metalizing plays a crucial role in industrial maintenance, where it is used to restore and protect critical equipment and infrastructure from corrosion, wear, and thermal degradation.Metalizing is widely employed in infrastructure projects for corrosion protection of bridges, pipelines, offshore structures, and architectural elements exposed to harsh environmental conditions.

Engineering the Future, Today

Customization Services

Customization services refer to the process of tailoring products, services, or solutions to meet specific individual or business requirements. These services allow customers to personalize and modify standard offerings according to their unique preferences, needs, and specifications. Customization services are prevalent in various industries, providing clients with a sense of ownership and satisfaction by delivering products or solutions that align perfectly with their preferences.

Quality Control Services

Quality control services refer to a set of systematic and standardized processes and activities performed to ensure that products or services meet specified quality standards and customer requirements. These services are critical in various industries to identify and rectify defects, maintain consistency, and deliver products or services that meet or exceed customer expectations. Quality control services play a crucial role in enhancing customer satisfaction, reducing costs, and maintaining a competitive advantage.

Technical Support Services

Technical support services refer to the assistance and help provided to users or customers in resolving technical issues, troubleshooting problems, and obtaining guidance related to hardware, software, or technology products. These services are typically offered by manufacturers, software companies, or service providers to ensure smooth operation, optimal performance, and customer satisfaction. Technical support plays a crucial role in resolving user queries, minimizing downtime, and maintaining the functionality of products or systems.

Priming

Priming is an essential step in the powder coating process, especially when dealing with substrates prone to corrosion or requiring enhanced adhesion. Step priming, also known as multi-stage priming, involves applying multiple layers of primer to achieve specific performance characteristics and improve the durability and appearance of the final coating.

Surface Preparation

Before priming, the substrate must undergo thorough cleaning and preparation to remove any contaminants such as oil, grease, dirt, or old coatings. Surface preparation methods may include degreasing, sandblasting, chemical etching, or mechanical abrasion to ensure optimal adhesion of the primer.

First Coat Primer Application

The first primer coat is applied to the prepared substrate using an electrostatic spray gun. This initial coat serves as a base layer, providing corrosion protection and promoting adhesion between the substrate and subsequent primer layers.

Curing

 After the first coat of primer is applied, the substrate is transferred to a curing oven where it undergoes a curing process. Curing typically involves heating the coated substrate to a specific temperature for a predetermined time, allowing the primer to chemically crosslink and form a durable, protective film.

Maximum Dimensions & Weight : 24 Feet long - 12 Feet Wide - 8 Feet Hight - 4000lb Weight

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