Trans-Acc powder coating services provide our customers with durable, environmentally-friendly, cost-effective coatings for their products.
The application process starts off dry, so there are no drips, runs, or bubbles to the finished product. The powder coated product is heated in one of our curing oven systems until the powder paint melts and bonds to the substrate. The end result is a uniform and consistent coating that is both durable and aesthetically pleasing.
Our process is known for being environmentally friendly because it does not use the solvents found in other coating processes. In addition, the dry powder can be reclaimed, further reducing waste.
We apply coatings using electrostatic spray guns, which allow for a high level of flexibility regarding the size of the part being coated. Using this method, we can apply either a nylon thermoplastic coating or a common thermoplastic coating on the substrate.
Epoxy / Polyester Hybrids
Custom and Specialty Colors and Finishes
“HAP” (hazardous air pollutants) free, more durable with less cost
One application of paint to product only, no primer needed
Powder can be reclaimed which saves money
Medium Density Fireboard (MDF)
Federal Standard 595
Munsell for Asia
PMS Color Matching
RAL Color Matching
Small to Large Sizes, Contact Us for Details.
DelFelsko PosiTest DFT
Coating thicknesses applied based on customer specifications, design requirements and product specifications.
Part Quantities can be coated from 1 to 1,000,000.
With high volume part quantities and blanket orders we can provide a shipping schedule to meet your production requirements.
Excel Spread Sheets
We have the ability to support most emergency needs and provide same day turn around.
Other options available for 24-hour service, one week, and combined inventory processing.
Pickup & Delivery
Special Packaging, As Required
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