Our sandblasting room can make short work of removing old paint and rust. This also gives the powder a clean, textured surface for better adhesion and long-term protection.
Large steel structures, car bodies, trailers, large gates and fence panels can be blasted in-house.
Blasting media (garnet sand) is cleaned and recycled through an Australian-made air wash system that is fed by a screw conveyor and bucket elevator (made by Protoblast).
With the latest technology in Gema spray guns and two large spray booths, (four meters and nine meters long), we can deliver high quality powder coating on all parts, large and small.
Each of our two production lines has a gas-fired oven to handle jobs up to four metres or nine metres long. Continuous overhead tracks transport powdercoated parts from the spray booths, through the ovens to cool-down, inspection, packing and dispatch areas.
Cleaning & Pre-Treatment
We were the first powdercoater in Perth to switch to non-carcinogenic chemicals supplied by Surtec for the passivation pre-treatment of raw aluminium. Our rinse water tanks are continuously filtered and water quality is maintained by a 500 litre per hour reverse osmosis plant.
Hot Caustic Paint Stripping
For painted steel parts up to 2m long that require stripping before powdercoating, we use our hot caustic bath, leaving them paint and oil free. We usually follow-up caustic stripping with a light sandblast for a perfectly clean fresh-metal finish before powdercoating.
This process is especially useful for recycling and restoring supermarket shelving.