At Clyde Machines, our production facility houses a powder coating finishing department. We operate both automated and manual spray lines as well as blasting booths for surface preparation. Our high caliber powder coated finishes have the durability to withstand extreme service conditions and retain their appearance for years. We offer dozens of different resin formulations with specific attributes for hardness, resistance to impact and abrasion, and defense against corrosion, chemicals, weather, etc. A variety of colors and surface textures are also available.
We powder coat a variety of metal substrates—materials we typically process include aluminum, stainless steel, and steel. Our process involves cleaning the surfaces to remove oils, dust, dirt, and other particulates. We operate both manual and robotic blasting booths to remove old coatings, restore rough surfaces, and remove surface contamination. Using both automated and manual spray systems, we apply a consistently even coating over the entire area to be covered, and the powder is cured at a precise temperature for a specific amount of time to ensure a quality finish.
Our epoxy chemistries create finishes with high mechanical properties, and the coating will not chip, crack, blister, peel, or rust. Colors remain vibrant and will not fade. As a major manufacturer of aircraft ground support equipment used at civilian airports and military airfields all over the world, our powder coated finishes are proven to persist under repeated mechanical stresses, weather, and other environmental challenges. We offer powder coating as part of our overall manufacturing and fabrication services, as well as for production orders. To learn more about our powder coating capabilities, contact us directly.
|Coating||Epoxy Powder Coat|
Steel Shot Sand Blasting
|Equipment List (Optional)||
(1) Manual Sand Blast Booth
(1) Robotic Sand Blast Booth
(2) Manual Powder Coat Paint Booths
(1) Automated Powder Coat Booth
Quoted on Job by Job Basis
Emergency Services Available
Rush Services Available
ANSI (American National Standards Institute)
AS (Aerospace Industry Standard)
AWS (American Welding Society)
CE (The CE mark (officially CE marking) is a mandatory conformity mark on many products placed on the single market in the European Economic Area (EEA).)
DOT (Department of Transportation)
Mil-Spec (Military Specifications)
QS (QS Is a quality standard developed by the Automotive Industries.)
SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers)
FAA (Federal Aviation Administration)