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Powder Coating

Powder Coating

Powder Coating is a type of finish that is applied as a free-flowing dry powder. The main difference between powder coating and a conventional wet paint is that powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form.

Powder Coating can finish virtually any metal. The powder is a mixture of ground particles of resin and pigment which is applied electrostatically and is then cured in our oven at 190ºC. This results in a high quality, uniform and durable finish.

We offer a range of packages to suit your specifications. Book today for expertly applied powder coating.

Powder Coating alloysPowder Coating alloys

We offer 3 packages to suit all budgets

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Alloys only


Wheel(s) Off The Car With No Tyres.
From £60Per Wheel
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Alloys with tyres


Wheel(s) Off The Car With Tyres.
From £65Per Wheel
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Car on site


Leaving The Vehicle.
From £70Per Wheel
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Although life span may vary depending on individual circumstances and wheel use, powder coated alloys & powder coating, in general, is extremely resistant.  Powder coating can keep its finish for up to 20 years. It is noted for its resistance to chemicals, corrosion and weather. It is important that powder coating is pre-treated to protect its longevity. The surface the coating is applied to must be clean to ensure it can adhere to it.  Rest assured, our specialists here at Refined Alloys ensure that our powder coating is applied with longevity in mind. For further information on how long powder coated alloys last, contact our team to discuss the type of things that should be avoided, how to preserve the alloy and more.
Powder coated alloys are generally considered to be a superior method. Although there can be debates from both sides, powder coated alloys are most definitely sturdier against everyday life and the elements, compared to paint.  Often applied thicker with more coating potential, powder coating generally gives a cleaner and more sophisticated finish. To find out more about the key differences between powder coated alloys or painted alloys, feel free to contact our team.

Set above, our pricing schemes vary from Bronze, Silver & Gold, with each providing solutions to various methods of application. We understand that each of our clients are different, with a range of knowledge stemming from beginner to intermediate. 

We utilise this type of pricing scheme to ensure that each client receives the very best deal for their needs and requirements, whereas others within the industry may find opportunities in taking advantage of those with little or no experience in powder coated alloys.

Generally speaking, powder coated alloys are cheaper than painted, due to advancements in technology and efficient application. 

Due to powder coating being a newer aspect in wheel enhancement, there may be circumstances in which the initial coating will cost more than having a wheel painted. Although, because power coated alloys are longer lasting and uphold their aesthetics well over time, they can almost always be cheaper in the long run.