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decorative powder coatings
decorative powder coatings

When applying the Decoral custom finish coating system, a powder coating is applied as a dry, free-flowing powder via advanced, state-of-the-art coating powder machines.



The powder coating is electrostatically applied and cured under heat to form a thick layer of paint that will later absorb the sublimation inks. The system can be utilized to coat aluminum extrusions, as well as automobile and bicycle parts.



Newer technologies and powder coating machines allow additional materials, including MDF to be powder coated through other techniques. Decoral’s unique powder coat equipment is especially effective on architectural aluminum profiles that need to resist wear and outdoor exposure to UV.
Our powder coat equipment creates a hard finish that is tougher than most other methods.


The main difference between conventional liquid paints and powder coating systems is that powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form.



  • More environment-friendly, emitting zero or near zero volatile organic compounds (VOC).
  • Produce thicker coatings that won’t run, or sag.
  • Overspray is recyclable, ensuring that 100% of the coating is used.
  • Production lines yield significantly less waste.
  • Covers substantially better on fabricated sharp edges.
  • Can be applied to any shape or form.
  • Generally, powder coat equipment and operating costs are less .
  • Powder coated items have fewer differences in appearance between horizontally and vertically coated surfaces.
  • A large array of specialty effects,textures, colors and designs.

Coating Powder Machines

Powder coating is a cutting-edge process that involves applying electrostatically charged powders to surfaces such as metal, plastic, or wood. Afterward, the powder is cured using heat, resulting in a tough, even, and durable finish. Typically, powder coating involves using powder coating machines that consist of powder paint, spray gun, and curing oven. 

Decoral's proprietary powder coating technique is particularly effective on aluminum surfaces because it creates a hard finish that's more durable than many other methods.

Applications of Powder Coating

Some popular applications of powder coating include:

  • Interior applications: Powder coating is applied to various interior items, including lighting fixtures, home appliances, and furniture. It provides an elegant appearance, and it's easy to care for.
  • Outdoor applications: Items like park benches, street signs, and patio furniture are often powder coated to protect them against the elements and fading.
  • Architectural elements: Powder coating is used on architectural components like doors, windows, and railings since it provides a durable and weatherproof finish.
  • Industrial equipment: Machinery, tools, and equipment in industrial settings are usually powder coated to protect them from corrosion and extend their service life.
  • Automotive parts: Car parts like frames, bumpers, and suspension components are usually powder coated to improve their durability and enhance the aesthetic appeal of vehicles.
  • Retail displays: Store fixtures, shelving units, and displays are usually powder coated to improve their attractiveness and enhance the shopping experience.
  • HVAC systems: Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning outlets are often powder coated to enhance their appearance, corrosion resistance and ability to withstand drastic temperature changes.

Powder Coating vs. Liquid Coating


Powder coating and liquid coating are two common methods that you can use to protect various surfaces. Unlike liquid coating, powder coating doesn't require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in liquid form.

Wondering which coating option you should choose? Here's why powder coating is a better option:


Liquid coatings contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are detrimental to the environment and human health. Powder coatings contain little or no VOCs, making them better for both the environment and human health.

Greater Resistance

While liquid coatings offer some resistance against the elements, surfaces with liquid coatings are still vulnerable to chipping, scratches, and corrosion. Powder coating offers better protection since it forms a tough, protective layer that's more resistant to damage and deterioration. This characteristic makes powder coating better for outdoor applications and other surfaces that will be exposed to the elements.

Waste Reduction

Liquid coatings are not recyclable. Powder coating machines significantly reduce overspray and waste because the overspray can be reused. Also, the dry powder adheres well to surfaces, reducing the need for excess material.

Color Options

Powder coating is available in various colors and finishes, such as matte, glossy, and metallic. This makes it ideal for various design aesthetics. Conversely, liquid coatings don't provide as many color variants and finishes and can be subject to inconsistencies.

Uniform Appearance

Liquid coatings sometimes produce an uneven appearance that can detract from the look of surfaces. Powder coating produces smooth and even results regardless of the surface it's applied. Whether applied to wood, metal, ceramic, or another surface, it yields uniform results every time.

Experience the Benefits of Powder Coating Today

At Decoral System, we provide a variety of powder coating solutions for a wide range of industries and applications. Whether you're looking for powder coating solutions to spruce up your home or elevate a commercial space, we've got you covered.

Contact us today to determine the right powder coating solution for your project and join the ranks of thousands of other satisfied clients who have benefited from the remarkable properties of powder coating.


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