We offer the widest range of coating materials including Thermoset & Thermoplastic Polymers, Fluoropolymers, Electrophoretic or E-Coat Paint, Primers etc.
Whatever you require contact our experts to discuss the most effective and efficient solution to your individual requirements.
Any coating is only as good as its pre-treatment. The key to coating performance, whether its corrosion resistance, chemical resistance, coating adhesion etc is to have a properly applied coating over a suitable combination of pre-treatments.
E-Coat, EP Paint, Electropaint, known by various names, has become established in recent years as an economical corrosion resistant and decorative finish on its own or as a primer.
Plastic Coatings have been Powder Coating or Powder Painting for many years. We have three conveyorised plants, the largest and latest line being a ‘state of the art’ piece of equipment with the latest technology coating booth and spray guns.
The dipping of metal products into Thermoplastic powders is the oldest form of plastic coating and goes back to the time when Plastic Coatings was established in 1952.
The spraying of Thermoplastic Powders as opposed to the more common Electrostatic spraying of Epoxys and Polyesters also known as Thermoset materials (Powder Coating), is a speciality at Plastic Coatings.
The High Performance section of Plastic Coatings applies PTFE coatings. PTFE or PolyTetraFluoroEthylene has unique properties.
The application of Bonded Lubricants also takes place within the High Performance Section at Plastic Coatings Ltd. Applied in a similar fashion to PTFE coatings Bonded Lubricants have properties of their own.
The contract coating of components with PVC plastisols to the trade is unique to Plastic Coatings Ltd. This process involves the coating of metalwork which results in a very thick ‘rubbery’ type of coating.
Certain coating Processes at Plastic Coatings Ltd. are bespoke systems set up due to the requirements of the customer, market or both.
Shot Peening is a cold working process, in which the surfaces of components are subjected to substantial impact from small spherical pieces of media called 'shot'.
For coating of smaller items we have a dedicated Small Components Coating Section, where we have the ability to fully coat or partially coat small components.