New powder in stock. These bumpers were shot blasted. Then they were coated with an epoxy primer. The primer was green-baked and the chrome effect powder was applied. This was the baked and then a lacquer was added.
Photo to the left shows shot blasted galloper poles from a Merry-Go-Round.The poles are brass and steel. The poles were heavily corroded due to being in a seaside environment. They had been painted previously but did not give the 'gold effect' the customer required.
A decision was made to powder coat them to ensure durability and to give a more aesthtically pleasing finish. The photo on the right so the powder being applied before going in the oven to be baked.
The photos to the the left and right and left show the completed galloper poles.
The process of powder coating included an epoxy primer, gold coloured powder and a lacquer to give an extra glossy finish.
Photo to the left shows pre-galvanised fire trailer when it arrived. Photo to the right shows completed trailer. Photo kindly provided by customer. The trailer was lightly shot blasted. An epoxy primer wasapplied and then top coated with RAL 3002. Panels forthe top of the trailer were powder coated in RAL 9005.
Sprayer booms shown left arrived rusted and with a failed painted coating. The booms were shot blasted. An epoxy primer was applied. Then they were top coated with powder, RAL 9010.