Bleacher Bench Style Powder Coating Process
As a steel manufacturing company, we pursue quality. After welding all the joints closed to prevent moisture build up, we prime and powder coat the bench and legs. Below we explain our three-step finishing process.
The first step in our process is to sandblast the steel and aluminum. Sandblasting removes impurities such as: rust, dirt, and old paint. We sandblast the steal to a white finish and a profile is added to the steel for the primer and powder coat to adhere to.
The next step, which sets us apart, is applying the primer coat. This coat is the base under the powder coat. The primer coat protects against the spreading of rust and corrosion from harsh weather or scratches. The primer adheres to the cleaned metal and will also seal to the powder coated color.
The final step is powder coating. The powder paint is applied to the primed surface and cured in the oven. The finish of the final product is flawless. The powder coat is much harder and longer lasting than normal liquid paint. The color you choose will stay looking as vibrant the day that it go out of the oven.
In the end, we have two different options below for bleacher bench styles. Our bleacher benches come with or without back support. The bench material is aluminum, which is primed and powder coated to make it last longer. This process protects the benches against harsh weather conditions. The bleacher legs are also primed and powder coated so that they are more resistant to rust and corrosion. With this in mind, choose which bleacher bench style is right for you. If you don’t see what you are looking for, take a look at additional bench styles here.