Powder Coated Pole Vs Stainless Steel
Each finish has its own pros and cons but the climate is also an important factor to consider. Here i compare the two most common pole coatings.
Others prefer the increased grip a chrome powder coated or brass coated pole can provide.
Powder coated pole vs stainless steel. Steel poles are powder coated and baked to seal the finish. Given their paint replicating applications your office will have more choices into the colors or patterns you want on stall walls and doors compared to the silver satin brushed finish of stainless steel. Powder coated steel partitions provide more customization and branding detail than stainless steel bathroom stalls.
One of the rooms in our house is painted. These may either be made of porcelain coated or powder coated steel. They are steel poles that have been coated in chromium to produce a beautifully shiny finish and are the most common poles seen in both studios gyms and at competitions events.
Available in 45mm pole diameter only. It gives you a better grip and is a lot easier to grip than chrome and stainless steel dance poles. Very high grip factor.
However as with stainless steel they are easily wiped clean and require little in the way of other maintenance. For example brass does well in hot countries and chrome is a safe bet if you have a temperate or changable climate for example the. Some materials are more suitbale for hot or humid climates than others.
On the flip side once it gets too warm and the humidity increases you can stick too much. Chrome and stainless steel to see which is best when you are buying a home pole. Silicone black pink the ultimate easy grip pole.
Whether platinum pearl white or ruby red it is easy to add a custom professional look to your home with a new powder coated cage. Steel poles have a silicone sleeve attached to the surface of the pole. Available in black white and hot pink.
Some believe a stainless steel coating encourages pole dancers to build up their grip naturally. However it is not nearly as sticky as the powder coated poles in a warmer environment. The coating is subject to chipping under heavy use.
Chrome is naturally more grippy than stainless steel so is a very good choice for beginners as it is more forgiving of weaker handgrip strengths and is also great for a variety of pole tricks from inversions to leg holds. Minimal skin to pole contact needed. They are more cost effective than the stainless models and dry just as efficiently but they can be less durable.
Textured and tough while all rust free steel options will provide the same metallic look the finish on powder coated cages come in a variety of colors.