Powder Coating

Features optimum corrosion resistance,
better edge coverage, superior impact &
abrasion resistance and greater flexibility

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Powder Coating Difference

Powder coating is an essential element in a fuel tank's performance. We use the same high quality coating process for our replacement and OEM tanks. Powder coating is better for your bottom line, for the environment and for the tank's finish quality.

Powder Coating Advantages

  • Saves energy because it doesn't use solvents.
  • Has almost no VOC's (Volatile Organic Compounds) or HAP's (Hazardous Air Particulates)
  • Complies with most environmental regulations.
  • Creates a consistent finish.
  • Achieves ideal film thickness with one coat.
  • Provides better edge coverage.
  • Makes the tank more resistant to impact, abrasion and chemicals.
  • Promotes better hardness and flexibility.
  • Slows corrosion, especially when combined with iron phosphate pretreatment.



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