Steel Colors and Specifications

The Process

Powder coat is a type of finish that is applied to metal parts to create a cosmetic and durable coating. Unlike liquid paint, powder coat is applied as a dry powder using electrostatic which does not require a solvent. The end result creates a finish similar to liquid paint, but can be more durable. All our raw steel parts are sandblasted prior to the powder-coating process, ensuring outstanding adhesion. 

SolarshadeUSA is Built to Last

Powder coating over galvanized substrate provides substantial corrosion resistance superiority over powder coating a raw/uncoated substrate. Powder coating over a galvanized surface provides corrosion protection at least 5-6 times longer than the same coating over a raw or bare surface.