What is Powder Coating

Learn about Our Powder Coating Process in Calgary

With 20 years of experience in powder coating, Precision Powder Coating Inc can help you with projects and products of various sizes. By sharing our three-step powder coating process to Calgary businesses, we hope to show you how we go about working with the products you bring to us.

First, we prepare the surface, apply the powder, then cure it.


Depending on the size and the material of your product, we may be required to sand blast it or use chemical cleaning. We must remove any oils, metal oxides, or other soils before applying any powder. To do this, we either use a four-stage dip tank or steam generator for proper pre-treatment, featuring an alkaline wash, fresh water rinse, iron phosphate, ending with a fresh water rinse. By removing old finishes, scale, rust, or other manufacturing residues, we help prevent any premature coating failures.

  Powder Application

After properly preparing and cleaning your product, we apply the powder in our spray booth, where it is held in placed electrostatically until curing. In addition, with 100’s of colours to choose from, you can view more samples by looking at our colour chart.


This curing process will vary in time depending on the material and its thickness. The product is cured in the oven at 400 - 500 degrees Fahrenheit for up to 20 minutes. However, if any material cannot withstand this temperature, they must be removed. Once the product has cooled, it is ready.

Let us help you turn make your products last over time with our powder coating services. 

Contact us today to tell us more about your needs, or to request a free estimate. Unsure if powder coating is for you? Precision Powder Coating Inc can advise you with any of your concerns.


Let us provide with a strong finish that last


Bay 11-4216 64 Ave SE

Calgary, Alberta T2C 2B3


Monday - Friday 07:00 AM - 03:00 PM

Saturday - Sunday Closed



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