This technique is useful for many projects. It’s been used on windows, doors, handrails, fencing, columns, shutters, wall and ceiling panels, furniture, lighting posts, appliances, roof panels, transports (cars, trucks, campers, ships, planes,) urban architectural signs, with many more possible applications.
The finished sublimation coating has the appearance of a luxurious texture, simulating wood grains, marble and granite surfaces with a resistance to wear, protecting your products from acids, humidity and salt. Additionally, the powder-coating process is an environmentally-friendly solution and nearly pollution-free.
And since a wood grain coating will not decompose like natural lumber, these coatings require little cleaning and absolutely no maintenance. This is why sublimation coatings have proven to be such good investments–both for PTF and for clients like you. It’s why we’ve entirely remodeled our facility, introducing the equipment needed to offer these finishes in the United States.