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Publication Date: 11/2008
Pages: 3
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A coater goes bigger and keeps getting better results

A custom coater has carved out a successful niche by coating parts as long as 67 feet and weighing 10,000 pounds with powder coatings that stand up to the elements and shine as bright as the sun.

If you build it, the business will come. UniQue Coatings has taken customer service to the next level. When someone comes in with a part that is too big for its coating equipment, owner David Brown builds bigger equipment to handle it. This expansive model has set this coater apart. “There are not a lot of people coating large parts,” said Michael Eller, outside sales. “If a customer comes in and wants a 75-foot-long piece coated, we may adapt the oven to do that piece. Our coating capacity has grown to meet customer demand. It’s gone from 30-foot-long to 40-foot-long and now it’s 69-foot-long pieces.”

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