Complete Powder Coating Capabilities for Superior Metal Finishing
Why paint it? Powder coat it!
The IFH Group, Inc., can powder coat your fabricated metal parts and weldments with precision, high technology and production efficiencies.
Why Choose Powder Coating?
Powder coating is the future. Increasingly stringent environmental regulations, rising costs in all areas, and demands by consumers for better quality and more durable products make it the smart choice for a better looking, more durable finish.
Powder coating 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 solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form. The coating is typically applied electrostatically and is then cured under heat to allow it to flow and form a “skin.” It creates a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint.
Advantages of powder coating over conventional liquid coatings:
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Why Powder Coating with The IFH Group?
The IFH Group offers a unique combination of experience, state-of-the-art technology, versatility, and the most efficient production processes to deliver a quality powder coated part or weldment in less time at less cost.
Experience: The IFH Group incorporates years of experience in delivering quality powder coated products of all sizes, types and descriptions, backed by the resources of The IFH Group, who have been fabricating and welding metal since 1945.
Versatility: The IFH Group can handle anything from small machined parts, vehicle chassis, large weldments such as tanks and trailers 8’x 8′ square x 20′ long and larger to a wide variety of special products. Contact us with your requirement or just walk in!
Pre-and Post-Treatment: The IFH Group will sandblast your part, chassis or weldment to ensure complete removal of oil, soil, lubrication greases, metal oxides, welding scales etc. prior to powder coating. After the powder is applied, the powder coated items are placed in a curing oven and heated to 400° to obtain the final tough, beautiful finish that powder coating provides.
Technology: Our use of the latest and best equipment such as the ITW GEMA OptiFlex™ manual powder coating system, which delivers fast turnaround and can change colors in as little as 30 seconds, ensures that your parts get coated right the first time, every time, just the way you want them.
Our Opti-Flex B powder coating unit is excellent for fast color changing and turnaround in small to medium production runs, and its state-of-the-art OptiStar Advanced Control Unit gives our operators all the versatility they need for any job… fast.
State-of-the Art Facility: The IFH Group maintains a modern facility that can handle virtually any project, large or small, including walk-in orders. We have all the resources – from state-of-the art facilities and equipment to experienced powder coating technicians – to give you the quality finish you expect and deserve.
The Encore spray gun is the lightest and best-balanced gun on the market, making the painter’s job easier for more consistent and repeatable coating performance. The innovative Encore all-digital operator interface provides unprecedented control functionality and flexibility for optimum coating results with every part type and application challenge. This new and improved powder application equipment provides for a much quicker and more efficient color change. And these increased efficiencies result in savings that we pass on to our customers.
Our Prodigy™ HDLV Manual System uses high-density low velocity (HDLV™) dense phase pumping technology that ensures constant powder output over time – without the need for venturis. The powder cloud has high concentration of powder with very little air, creating a soft spray pattern and increasing transfer efficiency.
POWDER GUNS (ITW GEMA)
The IFH Group, can powder coat virtually any fabricated metal part or weldment, from larger trailers to motorcycle wheel rims.
|Different colors can be blended together to achieve multiple colors on a single piece
Tank and fillnecks manufactured at The IFH Group being powder sprayed
This tank weldment is powdered in the powder spray booth (above) and then put into the curing oven (below).
Our technicians use this sandblast cabinet to strip parts of paint for restoration purposes or to blast off new parts for good adhesion and to remove any oil or debris.
Hopper toppers after being chemically washed and dried (above), and after being powder coated (below)