Custom Powder Coating

I am not going to explain again the techniques of powder coating & its advantages. I am sure you already know. Instead I will focus on the company I use for many fancy projects. Since 1987, date at which Sumax founder Kirk Van Scoten bought his first powder gun,  the company is not only still the leader in powder coating, but also excels in special projects and engine treatments. You know: the ones that we conceive at the shop and ask experts to produce, especially if nobody did it before. Meaning very challenging ideas that some would reject & colors that some would not touch. And at the game of custom powder coating, I can say without hesitation that Sumax (that some pro-builders call affectionately Zoomax) is a team of the most talented people you can find to resolve technical and paint issues, including working with difficult engine textures and special colors like candies.  Sumax Website.     


6 Responses to “Custom Powder Coating”

  1. 1 sandie Jan 19th, 2007 at 10:23 pm

    I had parts of my corvette engine powder coated to match the House of Kolors candy apple red paint on the body of the car. It is great stuff and looks so good. When you open the hood at a car show people pay attention.

  2. 2 Steve Pirella Jan 21st, 2007 at 12:33 pm

    Cyril is right. These people know their shit.

  3. 3 Steve Budge Jan 24th, 2007 at 9:10 pm

    Always wondered who painted your engines. They are really trick.
    Excellent work.

  4. 4 Madasrtophic Jan 17th, 2008 at 11:04 am

    I had never heard of Sumax. Thank you for the post

  5. 5 powder coating systems Aug 31st, 2008 at 10:24 am

    Bikes are definitely one of my favorites when it comes to powder coating projects. Thankfully I have all the equipment and know how to do it myself, even multi-stage logos in powder coat. It’s really not too difficult to learn.

  6. 6 Bk Powder Coaters Nov 7th, 2011 at 3:24 am

    We do a little bit of powder coating work on engines and car parts in Australia but no where to the degree that these Sumax guys do. Really good stuff – good to see.

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