At Gamart Engineering, we offer high-quality powder coating and wet paint spraying services to ensure a professional finish on your metalwork products.
Powder coating is a process where a dry powder is electrostatically applied to a metal surface and then cured in an oven. This creates a durable and uniform coating that can withstand harsh environments and resist chipping, fading, and corrosion. We offer a range of colours and finishes to suit your project requirements.
Wet paint spraying involves applying a liquid paint to a surface using a spray gun. This process allows for more flexibility in terms of colours and finishes, and we can match most RAL or BS colour reference. We also offer a range of specialist finishes such as metallic, high gloss, and satin.
Our state-of-the-art facilities and experienced team of professionals ensure that we provide the highest level of quality and precision for both powder coating and wet paint spraying.
In-House Finishing Capabilities:
Electro-Static Powder Coating – Sections measuring 5m x 2m. Range of stock colours. Wet Spray Painting – Sections measuring 9m x 6m. Range of stock colours. De-greasing.
Hot dip galvanizing involves immersing metal products into a bath of molten zinc to create a durable and corrosion-resistant finish. This is ideal for outdoor structures and applications that are exposed to harsh environments.
Hot zinc spraying is a process where zinc is sprayed onto a metal surface using a special spray gun. This creates a similar finish to hot dip galvanizing and is a cost-effective alternative for smaller items.
Shot blasting is a process where abrasive materials are propelled at high speed onto a metal surface to remove any rust, scale, or old paint. This can be used as a stand-alone finish or as a pre-treatment before powder coating or wet paint spraying.
Electro zinc plating is an electrolytic process that involves coating a metal product with a thin layer of zinc to provide corrosion protection.
Polishing is a process that creates a smooth, reflective surface on metal products. This is ideal for decorative and architectural metalwork applications.
Deburring is a process where rough edges and burrs are removed from metal products. This creates a safer and more aesthetically pleasing finish.
We can advise on the most suitable finish for your project if you require assistance.