Powder coating is the finishing process in which a coating is applied electrostatically to a surface. The anatomy of the dry powder is free flowing; this is why we apply heat to bind the layer. We are able to yield both thick and thin finishes that are harder and tougher than conventional paints. Promptness of application and customization of colors and textures make the process steadfast.
Our method creates the most even finish for horizontal and vertical finishes and is considered an environmentally safe finishing process. Our teams at Control Fabrications are able to concisely create any desired finish bespoke to your demands.
Traditional although technologized, this process of applying liquid paint to metal can only be successfully achieved through the correct procedure. We strive to create the finest techniques to create a superior finish. This is why we ensure the highest standards of cleaning and application. Fused with years of experimentation and expertise we are able to construct a broad spectrum of thin finishes.
Producing a reflective finish, the process uses electroplating to add a thin layer of chromium onto a metal or plastic object. This easy to clean chromed layer is used for its decorative, corrosion resistance and surface hardening functions. We understand that process is paramount; this is why we ensure exact quality and qualities at every stage of the development. We believe in a science of finishing, designing the precise conditions for success. The Control Fabrications team can offer chrome finishes to both decorative and industrial finishes.
Nickel plating is a technique of electroplating a thin layer of nickel onto metal object. Creating a decorative layer, this corrosive and wear resistance method requires the cleanest and clearest surfaces to protect the material from the preceding processes.
Much like the nickel-plating process, the technique for electrodepositing the chemical element onto the conductive metal is known for its corrosive and wear resistance properties. Zinc electroplating is a form of electrochemical galvanization and provides a firm base for Wet Paint or Powder Coating.
Working with Aluminum our electrochemical process creates an extremely hard and corrosive resistant finish. This is due to the creation of a large oxide coating, which is fully integrated into the underlying aluminum rather than applied.
Great care is taken in pre treatment in preparation for development. Control Fabrications are able to apply secondary processes such as coloring and sealing to anodize materials.
A patination treatment that colors a multitude of materials such as brass, copper, bronze, mild steels and nickels. Ideal to classic create antique finishes, the finish can be sealed with a variety of polishes and lacquers to enhance longevity.