How to avoid bubbles and porosity on powder coating applied to a cast metal surface
Powder coating is a technique that provides an extremely durable coating. However, defects such as bubbles, pinholes, craters, or porosity can occur and, in addition to spoiling the coating's aesthetic appearance, they can compromise its functionality, quality and durability over time. There are several reasons for these defects, but they can be avoided with some caution. Discover the five basic steps for a smooth, homogenous, defect-free and durable powder coating. Try RIPOL's OGF series.