KCC’s powder coatings enable application of patterns through a wide selection and an affordable price.
With unique appearance and functionality made possible by 100% solid content,
KCC’s powder coatings are widely used for interior/exterior industrial applications
and on household appliances, automobile parts, steel pipes, rebars, electric insulations and more.
KCC pioneered a new market as the nation’s very first manufacturer of powder coatings,
and is now designing a new future by going beyond the domestic market and advancing into the global market.
Consumers do not need to worry about volaTiles substances as powder coatings do not contain any volaTiles solvents or diluents such as water. As a result, there is no risk of poisoning caused by solvents or fire, and environmental concerns, including air and water pollution, are minimized.
Once the film is fabricated, it does not crease or drip. Also, excellent workability is guaranteed as viscosity adjustment is not required.
Powder coatings are applied by spraying the powder, which instantly forms a film when adhered to the sprayed surface, making thick application possible without coating several times. Any remaining powder that did not attach to the sprayed surface can be collected for reuse, hence its economic feasibility is very high.
Powder coatings prevent corrosion, while their special functions allow addition of various patterns and a broad spectrum of applications including electric insulation.
Applications also include industrial devices, automotive parts, construction materials, electronic products, steel furniture, tools and farming equipment.
Powder coatings are also used to protect various steel pipes, such as pipelines, water pipes and gas pipes.
Powder coatings for steel pipes can prevent the steel pipes from rusting for over 30 years, and protect them from external impact.
Applying special powder coatings on the interior as well as the exterior can protect the pipe from the various substances that move through the pipe, and whereby transfer efficiency is increased by reducing the amount of friction caused within the pipe.