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POWDER COAT PAINTING
WE CAN PAINT OVER 3000 FRAMES PER DAY.
First, raw frames are inspected and hung.
Step one is inspecting the frames for any imperfections. Approved frames are hung on a suspended cable system to start their journey.
Next, the frames are washed.
Each frame is run through a multi-step wash process. The process eliminates any contaminates that may affect the finish on the frame.
The frames are then prepped for powder.
The frames then move into the a room where they are cleaned and dried, ready for powder application.
"A bikes paint finish is very important. It's normally the first thing customers notice, so having a close attention to detail and ensuring that our frames look perfect is our number one goal. We're very proud of the paint finishes on our bikes."
Victoria Matias, Paint Line Lead
Powder coat is applied.
Utilizing an electrostatic charge, a powder coat is applied as the frames move slowly through the painting booth.
Frames are baked.
Now that the powder is applied, it needs to be baked in a special booth to allow it to adhere to the frame. The frames then are inspected by a technician for any defects.
Finally, the frames are sent to cure.
After being inspected, the frames are run through another oven to cure. Once cured, decals and badges are applied to the finished frame.