What Can be Powder Coated?

Powder Coating

Powder coating is a dry finishing process that has become extremely popular since its introduction in North America over 50 years ago. Powder coatings are based on polymer resin systems, combined with curatives, pigments, leveling agents, flow modifiers, and other additives to create a powder similar to baking flour. After the metal parts are sandblasted, the powder is then applied  using an electrostatic spray gun. Then the metal parts enter a curing oven. The baking process allows the powder to bond with the part and creates a durable protective coating. Used as functional (protective) and decorative finishes, powder coatings are available in an almost limitless range of colors and textures, and technological advancements have resulted in excellent performance properties.

Anything made of metal that can withstand temperatures of 300+ degrees. We have capabilities to complete minuet or colossal projects.

Sandblast booth: 10'x25'

Curing oven: 8'x20'

Commercial/Industrial powder coating projects:

  • Machined parts
  • Automotive parts (e.g. valve covers)
  • Awnings and structural supports
  • Ornamental iron
  • Hand rails & gates
  • Guardrails
  • Pipe fittings
  • Pool accessories
  • Large scale public art


  • Truck beds & boxes
  • Rims & car accessories
  • Motorcycles and snowmobile  frames & parts
  • Bicycle frames & parts
  • Decorative and ornamental iron
  • Metal patio furniture
  • Church/School bells

Why Powder Coat?

Clark Industrial, Inc.

AISC Certified Welding & Fabrication

Sand Blasting & Powder Coating

Installation of Dock Bumpers, Leverlers, Seals & Shelters

Warehouse Maintenance and so much more in Missoula, MT

The benefits of powder coating for consumers are simple: powder coating will make your purchase look better and last longer – not to mention its reduced environmental footprint!

Powder Coating is found on many products you purchase from coffee machines to heavy machinery. The result of choosing a powder coated product is that it will have the most attractive, durable, high-quality finish available.

In addition to highly durable finish, many issues inherent in liquid finishing are eliminated or minimized with the powder coating process. Liquid finishes contain solvents, which have pollutants known as volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Powder coatings contain no solvents and releases negligible amounts of, if any, VOCs into the atmosphere.