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Publication Date: 09/2001
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Bonded-metallic technique advances special-effects powders

Metallic powder coatings are gaining in popularity. In the past, the most common way of creating a metallic powder was to dry blend or mix the metallic element with a base powder. But metallic bonding, a technology that allows the metallic portion of the powder to attach to the powder base, creates a more consistent and compatible coating than dry-blended versions.

This article explains the metallic-bonding process and outlines the advantages metallic-bonded powder coatings offer compared with their dry-blended counterparts. Special effects powder coatings, such as those used to create powder-metallic finishes, have been commercially produced for more than 20 years.

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