Powder Coating Plant rounds off service capabilities


We are excited to announce our new Powder Coating Plant is open.
Posted 30 July 2018 in News

If it’s metal we can powder coat it! Roof flashings, window framing, cabinetry, signage, mag wheels… The Farra Powder Coating plant is equipped with the latest powder coating suite from the French Sames Kremlin company:

  • 8m x 4.5m x 3m high batch oven.

  • Can accommodate bigger jobs up to 8m long such as balustrades.

  • Chrome-free pre-treatment.

  • An integrated overhead track system.

  • Traditional manual paint booth.

  • Automated painting conveyor line for items up to 2.2m long.

  • The plant has improved our internal process offering a complete service including design and build. Coated to completion to ensure a premium product and finish.


Meet Tom Our New Powder Coating Manager - Tom Bain joins us from Rinnon Powder Coating to head up our new powder coating plant. With 15 years experience, Tom can assist you with all your powder coating requirements.

Chrome-Free Pretreatments - Traditional chrome pre-treatments include chemical compounds with Chromium 6. Chromium 6 is hazardous, environmentally harmful and increasingly restricted internationally. This is why we use chrome-free pre-treatments only.

Dulux Guarantee Coming Soon - Our powder coating team are in the process of becoming Dulux certified, this will mean we will be able to offer 10-15 year architectural warranties. Call us for more detail about Dulux colour.

Give Tom a call on +64 21 1154 758 for quick turnarounds, obligation free quotes, our contract rates or for a plant walkthrough. 

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