Powder coating alloy wheels is the preferred option by vehicle manufacturers. It involves an electrostatic charge that is applied to powder particles that then is attracted to the grounded object that is being coated. Here at Alloy Hub, we replicate this original manufacturing finishing process to create an ‘as new’ finish that is designed stand the test of time.
Powder coating alloy wheels over traditional ‘wet spraying’ also has a number of other advantages.
Durability – a powder coated finish is much thicker in diameter, therefore providing greater resistance to chipping, scratches, corrosion, and UV rays. This durable finish then ensures that your wheels look as good as the day they were done.
Appearance – with the powder coating process boasting an electrostatic charge this ensures the coating of the wheel is applied evenly for a seamless uncompromised finish. With a vast array of finishes and colours available, a powder coated finish can certainly be the choice to make a statement, whether you are looking for a glossy, matte, or satin finish.
Application – with the use of an electrostatic charge to the wheel, the powder particles are naturally attracted to the wheel. This results in not only an even coat, but also the ability to get inside tight spokes which would otherwise be extremely difficult with traditional ‘wet spraying’.
Should you want to expand the lifespan of your alloy wheels, increase their durability, or simply increase the options of different colours and finishes then powder coating is the right choice for your alloy wheels.
If you are looking to bring your alloy wheels on your vehicle back to life, then get in touch with a member of the team so they can guide you through the process.