Formulated to give a wide range of texture, structure, hammer and antique finishes. It is available in Epoxy, Epoxy-Polyester and Polyester resins.

speciality powder coatings types

Application Areas

Particle Size

  •   100% below 125 microns


  •   Store below 25°C in dry conditions

Specific Gravity

  •   1.3 – 1.9 depending on colour & finish

Coating Thickness

  •   60 – 90 microns dep. on finish

Architectural Powders

Curing Schedules

    • ♦  Epoxy & Epoxy-Polyester - Gloss - 10 mins at 180°C metal temp
    • ♦  Epoxy & Epoxy-Polyester - Gloss - 10 mins at 180°C metal temp
    • ♦  Polyester - Gloss - 10 mins at 180°C metal temp
    • ♦  Epoxy & Epoxy-Polyester - Satin - 10 mins at 180°C metal temp

Coating Finishes

  • Textures TLE – T
    Gloss and satin which gives a rough irregular finish suitable for hiding spot welds and other substrate defects.
  • Structures TLM – R
    Gloss and satin which gives a “leather-look” and are gentler to the hand. They may be silk printed.
  • Hammers TLM – H
    Gives an attractive appearance similar to that obtained with wet paints.
  • Antiques TLE – H
    Best described as a structure with metallic veins and peaks on a contrasting background colour. An eye-finish.

Shelf Life

  • Low Bake – 12 months form date of manufacture.
  • Standard Cure – 12 months from date of manufacture.


  • Suitable for application by proprietary manual or automatic corona discharge equipment and triboelectric charging guns.


  • It is essential to ensure that the surface to be coated is free from dust, rust, scale, oil, etc. Chemical pre-treatment of the substrate is essential to increase the long term corrosion resistance. Further information is given in our publication ‘Application of Powder Coatings’.

Test Data

  • Because the specialised nature of these products with a wide range of structure and texture effects, it is impossible to give general test data. Specific physical and environmental performance figures can be obtained from our laboratory.

    Speciality finishes are not recommended for use where prolonged outdoor exposure occurs or aggressive environments are encountered. When outstanding heat stability is required, polyester based powders should be used. Data quoted is typical but may vary from product to product.

Health & Safety

  • Use in accordance with the Code of Safe Practice published by the Paintmakers Association of Great Britain, “Application of Powder Coatings Electrostatic Spraying”. Copies are available on request. To prevent inhalation of airborne powder, face masks capable of removing respirable dust should be worn. Skin contact should be avoided and any deposited powder removed with soapy water. Some powders, mainly bright red and yellow shades, contain lead chrome and cadmium pigments. Further information is given in our Health and Safety Sheet.


  • Our data sheets and sales literature are issued for the purpose of supplying general product information. In view of the variation of conditions under which products may be used or this information may be applied, we cannot accept responsibility for loss, damage or accident of any nature [or infringement of patent rights] which may result from the use of application of the information or the products. For specific confirmation of any details in the product information or use and application please apply to the company in writing.

Epoxy Powders

Epoxy Polyester Powders

Polyester Powders

Nylon Modified Powders

Post Forming Powders