Preparation: Materials undergo a thorough cleaning process to start the process for the application of powder coating. Cleaning involves removing surface contaminants, and it also prepares the surface for maximum adhesion between the material and the powder coating. Most issues with powder coatings are the result of improper preparation, rather than a problem with the powder coating itself.
Attaching the powder coating to the product: Finishers either spray the powder coating onto prepared surfaces or dip the surface into a fluid containing particles of suspended powder coating. In either of these cases, the particles are bound to the item using either electricity or heat.
Curing: After the powder coating is applied to the surface of the item, the item is moved into an oven, where the heat causes the particles of powder coating to melt, merging into a continuous film.