Colors and Textures
At Seattle Powder Coat we have color charts and samples from most powder manufacturers and can help you identify the coating to best meet your needs. Many customers have simple requirements and are happy with one of the popular color coats that Seattle Powder Coat probably has in stock. We inventory hundreds of colors, not just standard industrial colors.
Powders are available to match the RAL color standard and are available in hundreds (if not thousands) of standard colors, gloss levels, and textures. High gloss, semi-gloss, flat, and matte finishes are available. Clear, metallic, hammertone, wrinkle, transparent, glimmer, vein/antique, and candy finishes are also available. When all else fails custom powders can be ordered to match any sample you bring in, though this can be a very expensive and time consuming option so we will always try to do our best to color match using existing coatings when possible.
When you contact us, we’ll ask about the end use of the coated item. Is it an exterior architectural item, a race car part, an electrical cabinet, a food tray, or a bracket for your fishing boat? In addition to the varieties of color/gloss/texture, powder coats come in a multitude of chemistries specifically formulated for the environmental conditions to which they will be exposed. Powders may be thermosetting or thermoplastic, with common thermosets including TGIC (triglycidyl isocyanurate) Polyester, Polyurethane, Epoxy, and Hybrids. With an understanding of the end use, we can ensure that the powder coat you get looks just the way you want and performs as well as it looks.
Color charts from several powder manufacturers are included on this page. Click on the photos to slightly enlarge them (or follow the links to download brochures) then visit Seattle Powder Coat to look at samples that better represent the actual finishes.
TIGER-Drylac Coatings (Partial List):