Cast Iron Elegance provides turn-key powder coating for businesses and individuals in the Raleigh-Durham NC area through our sister company Elite Custom Coatings, located at our same 10,000 sq ft facility in Raleigh NC. Our extra large oven is 27’ long, 12’ wide and 8’ tall, so we can apply a beautiful and functional coating on practically anything. We are true professionals in specialty coating and powdering coating. From individual classic car restoration projects to industrial equipment refinishing, our team of experts will go above and beyond to meet your expectations. With our virtually unlimited color and texture options, our work is limited only by your imagination.
We use top-quality, name brand products for all of our powder coating including PPG-TCI powder coat and Sherwin-Williams Industrial products to ensure long lasting finishes and value.
We offer pick-up and deliver service, or you can save by dropping your product off at our over-sized enclosed drop-off center located at our facility in Raleigh.
What is Powder Coating?
Powder coating is an alternative method of coating a surface to painting. Unlike painting, which is applied wet, powder coating, powder coating applies a dry powder, usually polyester or epoxy, and then baked in a large oven at around 400 degrees until it cures, fuzing to the metal. Our coating process involves 3 steps:
- Pre-Treatment to prepare surface
- Electrostatic Spray Deposition (ESD)
- Oven- Curing to achieve molecular bonding
Why Powder Coat?
Choosing powder coating for your projects will give the most durable, attractive, high quality finish available. It is preferred over paint because it provides a long lasting protective layer that makes products more resistant to chipping, scratching, marring and rusting. It also eliminates volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) that are found in liquid finishes and are harmful to people and the environment.
- Impact Resistance
- Corrosion Protection
- Environmentally Safe
- High Heat Resistance
What Can Be Powder Coated?
Powder is used on an array of products. More and more companies specify powder coatings for a high-quality, durable finish, allowing for better efficiency, higher production and lower maintenance. Virtually any metal product can be powder coated. In fact, any electrically conductive surface can be powder coated.
- Industrial Parts
- Mechanical Parts
- Fabricated Equipment
- Brake Calipers
- Engine Parts
- Awnings and Canopies
- Transmission Cases
- Tanks and Reservoirs
- Motorcycle Parts
- Lawn Furniture
- Iron and metal headboards and tables
- Agriculture and Farm Equipment
- Metal Architectural Features
- Much More!