Powder Coating On Alloy Wheels
It s sprayed on like traditional paint. It s not until the coating is heated treated that the paint flows out of the coating and forms a gel over the surface of the wheel.
When you have the particles from the powder coating sprayed onto your rims then they go into an oven to bake at high heat levels.
Powder coating on alloy wheels. Making sure your powder coated rims are clean goes a long way in the longevity of the finish but if you want to go the extra mile you can also apply powder coat wax polish. This process causes the coating to fuse together creating a curing process that will help to add another level of durability to the product. The wheels are also automatically subjected to a further thermal treatment the lacquer coat is not only applied to enhance the finish but to protect the alloy wheel against.
Powder coating is also a complex service as your alloy wheels then need to be heated up in our wheel ovens to extremely high temperatures the wheels are then slid along the rails into our powder coat spray booth where the powder coating procedure really begins. This process can take up to 5 working days but we can provide a set of loan alloys in the meanwhile with no additional charge. Powder coating provides your wheels and rims with better durability.
Alloy wheel powder coating is a decorative finish for alloy wheels. Wheel refurbishment start from 50 a wheel for a full refurbishment 100 for a diamond cut alloy and 25 for a smart repair. Next the wheels are gently heat treated to remove any air from the alloy and a first stage powder coat finish is applied and then cured for a set time period after this if the wheel is having a special or bespoke finish the wet in wet procedure takes place e g.
Rinse with clean water. Special paint and clear coat finish. However it settles on the surface dry rather than liquid.
That is how to remove stains from powder coated wheels. After washing simply wax the rims like you would do your car.