Powder coating

Powder coating is a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. The main difference between a conventional liquid paint and a powder coating is that the powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form.

The powder coating process involves three basic steps:
1.    Part preparation or the pre-treatment
2.    The powder application
3.    Curing


Alliance Panels ensure that all the essential steps are not missed in order to prvide the best of quality coating to our client.  That includes removal of oil, dirt, lubrication greases, metal oxides, welding scale etc. It is essential prior to the powder coating process. It can be done by a variety of chemical and mechanical methods. The selection of the method depends on the size and the material of the part to be powder coated, the type of impurities to be removed and the performance requirement of the finished product.


Fluorocarbon (PVDF)

PVDF is a specialty plastic material in the fluoropolymer family; it is used generally in applications requiring the highest purity, strength, and resistance to solvents, acids, bases and heat.

Alliance Panels uses PVDF paints have extremely good gloss and color retention, and they are in use on many prominent buildings around the world.

PVDF may be synthesized from the gaseous VDF monomer via a free radical (or controlled radical) polymerization process. This may be followed by processes such as melt casting, or processing from a solution (e.g. solution casting, spin coating, and film casting).

The surface is coated with PVDF fluorocarbon spray-paint imported from DNT, PPG, Akzo Nobel, and Nippon. We have approximately 100 colors of your choice and we can match the colour according to your preference. Our in-house spray paint room and furnace is free of pollutants and this is to ensure the high quality for our products.



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