Powder Coating



Big parts? Small quantity? R&R’s batch coating system is custom-made for you. Our batch operation includes large wash and pre-treatment areas, oversize coating booths and three bake ovens.

Dallas Batch Oven:
10′ x 12′ x 32′

Lincolnton Batch Ovens:
10′ x 12′ x 28′
10′ x 12′ x 38′


For large quantities, we’ve got two conveyor lines that get the job done with unbeatable speed and consistency. All cleaning, drying and curing are done automatically, while the powder coating is sprayed manually to assure complete and uniform coverage on every part.

Dallas Conveyor:
4′ x 5′ x 10′

Lincolnton Conveyor:
4′ x 6′ x 28′ (One of the longest in the state)


From steel gray to sky blue to ruby red, we’ve got the full range of RAL colorsCardinal Powder Colors and specialty colors from leading pigment vendors.



ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY AND QUALITY-FOCUSED, FROM START TO FINISH. You won’t find any trace of harmful solvents or VOCs in our powder coatings. But you will find the strictest quality control standards. We go to great lengths to enhance the corrosion-resistance, longevity and attractiveness of your finished parts.  Here's our five-step process:


Our process ensured that every part is clean as a whistle. (And, yes, even the cleanest whistles would be thoroughly pretreated before we apply powder coating.) Our pretreatment for all parts includes:

  • Heated degreaser wash
  • Rinse
  • Corrosion-protection wash
  • Final wash

For parts requiring sandblasting, we use a tough 80-grit aluminum oxide in an enclosed environment to remove paint and surface rust before we proceed with the pretreatment washing and rinsing.



We use tape to carefully mask any areas of a part that shouldn’t be coated. We also plug any holes that need to be left uncoated. Some of our competitors won’t take these extra steps, but we consider them vital to the quality of your finished product.



We use premium quality powders, applied with ITW GEMA powder coating equipment for a durable, awesome looking finish. The positively-charged powder is sprayed onto a negatively-charged part, allowing the powder to cling electrostatically until it’s permanently baked on.

A wide range of colors, textures, multi-coats and clear finishes are available.


Three key tests are applied to every part during R&R’s powder-coating process:

  1. Visual inspection
  2. Mil thickness test
  3. Cure test by MEK rubs

We also do cross-hatch adhesion and coupon tests on specific products. By performing multiple quality control checks throughout the process, we ensure that our powder coating meets the high standards of the parts fabricator as well as the end user.

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