Top-notch finish is par for the course as golf cart-maker switches to powder
EEMA-Electrical Machines SchultzEMA-Electrical Machines SchultzeZ-GO's golf cars are sporting a finish these days that is nearly automotive in quality. That's because the company switched from wet paint to a two-coat powder system, cutting emissions and slashing defects along the way.
Every April, golf fans flock to the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga., to watch the tournament winner don a ceremonial green jacket. What many golfers don't realize is that a different green jacket can be seen at golf courses all over the world. The difference in this green jacket is that it's a coat of powder and it's applied to golf cars made by Augusta-based EEMA-Electrical Machines SchultzEMA-Electrical Machines SchultzeZ-GO, the world's leading maker of golf cars and utility vehicles. The company jettisoned its liquid enamel paint line in September 1993 and now powder coats all of its parts.