POWDER COAT STAINLESS STEEL FINISHES
Looking for a pop of color on your stainless steel railing system?
Powder coating is a dry film process, using finely ground particles of pigment and resin which are electrostatically charged and sprayed onto electrically grounded parts to be coated. The charged powder particles adhere to the parts and are held there until melted and fused into a uniformly flowing coating in a curing oven. Before coating, the parts must be pretreated similarly to liquid coated parts.
Designed to withstand extreme temperatures, powder-coating protects against rust and staining, making it a weather-resistant finish for our stainless steel and aluminum railings. It helps in regards to LEED requirements and in addition, it meets AAMA specifications.
View a few of our Powder Coated Stainless Steel Finishes like the Wexford 90 Building which utilized powder coating on the posts of the BLADE™ system. The grand gymnasium building, Carson Leslie Center, had their decorative glass railing system powder coated as well. See how the Swedish American Regional Cancer Center incorporated powder coating in the BLADE™ system of its LEED-HC project.
Powder Coated Stainless Steel Finishing can be applied to any of the following systems:
Below are the standard colors available. As in all of our stainless steel railing systems, customization is always available as at VIVA Railings our priority is ensuring that what we construct perfectly matches your vision.
This color chart is for reference only and is not to be used for final color matching. Shades may vary due to the color and resolution of your computer screen and/or your particular color printer output. For accurate color matching, please request a sample at vivarailings.com/contact.