Metal Painting and Powder Coat

Precision work – every order, every time.

Consistent Finishes — Every Time

Powder coating, wet painting, and metal finishing have been specialties at Midwest Metal Products for more than 55 years — and we put that pride in workmanship into every product that leaves our facility.

Not sure which metal finishing to go with? We have broken out the benefits and drawbacks of each finishing type.

Metal Painting and Powder Coat

So what is it that sets MMP apart from other vendors?

  • 8,000 square feet of dedicated production space
  • Five-stage pretreatment lines
  • Automatic conveyors
  • Infrared ovens
  • Unsurpassed quality control

Metal Painting and Powder Coating Durability

Powder-coated metal provides a durable finish to equipment that can last for decades. Unlike painted metal surfaces, powder-coated metal can remain intact and rust-free for up to 20 years.

Powder coating is resistant to chemicals, corrosion, and weathering. Coating and wet painting/plating can both offer you a finish to your product which will be both functional and appealing.

Metal Painting and Powder Coat

Take a look through the photos below for detailed views of our finishing capabilities.

Benefits of powder coating

  • Yields thick, hard finish that is tougher than traditional paints.
  • Electrostatic stage greatly increases the efficiency and productivity of coating by nearly 95%, less paint is wasted and the metal object is fully coated. Powder coating has a one coat finish.
  • It creates an even flat surface, the powder is sprayed and heated without drips or application traces.

Drawbacks of powder coating

  • The thick finish it produces can be a drawback depending on your needs
  • Can be expensive for smaller jobs. Powder coating requires spray materials, electrostatic booth and an oven.

Benefits of wet paint and plating

  • Ideal for products which cannot be heated for powder coating, powder coating requires an oven while wet paint finishing does not.
  • Wet paint has a wider color selection, so if you have a custom color job wet paint is probably the way to go.
  • Produces a thinner finish than powder coating.
  • It is an economic finishing process.

Drawbacks of wet paint and plating

  • Not as durable as powder coating.
  • Can require multiple finishes to get an even, perfect finish.