All powder coating is done right here in our shop in Mesa, Arizona.
Powder coat is a process where powdered polyurethane is sprayed on to metal in dry form with an electrostatic charge of 100,000 volts. The charged powder is held to the grounded metal by static charge, then baked to literally melt the powder into all of the nooks and crannies of the metal creating a very durable finish.
Clear: Satin clear powdercoat over the bare steel. Shackles are buffed, but other parts are just cleaned with the weld rainbows and natural colors of the steel showing through. The satin clear powdercoat is put over it for a harsh industrial look,
Black: Fine eggshell textured black powdercoat gives a nice smooth satin finish with no gloss.
Gloss red: Bright fire engine red is a favorite.
Translucent Red. Candy red translucent is very cool. A grinder is used to grind down to bright new steel with patterns, then a translucent red is put over it for a very cool effect.
Translucent Blue. Candy Blue translucent is also a very cool color. A grinder is used to grind down to bright new steel with patterns, then a translucent blue is put over it for a very cool effect.
Translucent Purple. A crowd favorite: Candy Purple is another translucent color. A grinder is used to grind down to bright new steel with patterns, then a translucent purple is put over it for a very cool effect.
Silver vane: This is a marble effect in silver and black.
Copper vane: This is a marble effect in deep copper and black.
Distressed rust. This is a process which distresses the surface of the steel to make it appear as though it is rusting, and then a clear powdercoat finish is put over it to seal the effect. You will not get rust on you.
Every piece will look different.
Clear over bare steel
Black, fine texture eggshell black
Red, bright gloss red
Distressed rusty with clearcoat