Cairns Powder Coating
We are the specialists in electrostatic painting and are committed to producing quality work with a prompt turnaround. We offer a range of services to our valued clients from as far south as Mackay and all the way north to the Torres Strait Islands. If you have any questions, please give us a call as we are always happy to help. (07) 4035 2063
We are a member of the Australasian Institute of Surface Finishing and Master Builders.
•Pre-treatment of alum & metal
•Fine garnet blasting
•Powder priming of steel & cast alum
•Powder coating on metal goods
•Can coat up to 6.9m x 1.9m pieces
We coat push bike frames, motorbike frames, bike & car rims, roll bars, bull bars, roof racks, suspension components, ute trays (depending on size), tow bars, engine parts, small and large electrical switchboards, outdoor garden art, singer sewing machines, playground equipment, indoor furniture, fan blades, pool & balustrade fencing, slat & louvre fencing, privacy & decorative fencing & lots more!
We have two spray booths. Our main line which can fit 6.9m long x 1.9m high and our small booth which can fit 4.2m long x 2.2m high
Unique enquiries welcome. If you don’t ask, you don’t know. We were once asked if we could powder coat a toilet bowl brown as the bore water kept staining the toilet bowl. It worked and the station owner was very happy!
"1st class workmanship & genuine customer care"
Andy Holmkvist | ★★★★★
The Powder Coating Process
This process creates a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint. It is a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. The main difference between a conventional liquid paint and a powder coating is that the powder coating does not require a liquid solvent. The coating is applied electrostatically and is heat cured to bond to the metal. We coat all metals, aluminium extrusions, metal furniture frames, electrical hardware, automobile and bicycle parts.