Powder Coating Wheels Process
Special paint and clear coat finish. The wheels are pre heated in an industrial oven to 400 degrees for 20 minutes to de gas the alloy then a powder coat primer is applied.
Today we show you how to powder coat wheels on a newer bmw hope you guys enjoy the vlog.
Powder coating wheels process. Hang wheel powdercoat. Then the wheel will be placed in our top of the range water backed spray booth. Powder coating rims at amfi in north salt lake utah give us a call and we get get your looking awesome as well.
Powder coating is a process used by many to change the color of wheels body panels and trim pieces through applying a colored powder onto a surface. This process causes the coating to fuse together creating a curing process that will help to add another level of durability to the product. 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.
We have a wide variety of colors give us a c. Primer and colour coat. This would also be a good time to preheat the oven to 400 degrees f.
Now that you have prepared the wheel its time to powder coat note. Before any powder is applied the wheel will firstly be pre heated in the oven to release any trapped gases. Enter car wrap giveaway.
Powder coating provides your wheels and rims with better durability. Now the wheel will undergo the powder coating process where the wheel will be 100 covered in powder paint and lacquer front and back. In order to cover the entire wheel it is important to hang the wheel freely in a well ventilated booth.
Shot blasting also gives the surface of the wheel the best possible condition prior to the powder coating and painting process. 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. The wheels are then cooled to 150 degrees and if they are having a custom color or bespoke finish they are spray painted and put back into the oven for a further 40 minutes to cure.