Batch Powder Coating Systems

High-Quality Equipment for Surface Preparation, Powder Application & Powder Curing


With a complete line of finishing equipment for batch powder coating — including surface preparation equipment, powder coating booths and curing ovens — Global Finishing Solutions® (GFS) serves as a one-stop shop for industrial businesses and job shops looking to establish, expand, upgrade or maintain their batch powder coating operation.

Batch Powder Coating Systems from GFS enable businesses to efficiently prep, powder coat and cure products in small- to medium-sized batch operations, ensuring high-quality finishes and increased throughput. By bringing powder coating in-house with GFS equipment, businesses can increase profitability while better controlling product quality and production rates. Businesses with in-house powder coating can see a return on investment of less than a year.


Most Commonly Used For


Batch Powder Coating System Products

Surface preparation is an essential, yet often overlooked part of the powder coating application process. Powder application requires a clean surface for powder to adhere properly. By cleaning and prepping metal products before they are powder coated, your coating better bonds to the substrate and can withstand exterior weathering. Surface preparation processes may include sanding, grinding, blasting or washing. In a GFS Batch Powder Coating System, surface preparation equipment may include Blast Booths, Dust Collection Booths, or Wash Booths.

GFS surface prep equipment

Precision engineered for excellent performance and efficiency, GFS Batch Powder Coating Booths enable businesses to produce more high-quality powder coating finishes in batch applications. Choose from two booth models with multiple size and feature options to meet your production, budget and floor space requirements.

Powder coating parts with in a GFS Powder Coating Booth

Following powder application, the part or product must be heated to a specific temperature for a set amount of time to ensure the coating is properly cured. Proper curing ensures a durable powder coating finish and a fully developed color. Powder curing is accomplished in a curing oven. 

Loading parts into a GFS Batch Powder Oven

GFS guarantees that our products meet or exceed all of the applicable codes related to the equipment. Our engineers regularly follow and contribute to the advancement of codes and standards that affect the industries in which we work. One of our engineers serves on the NFPA Technical Committee on Finishing Processes, a key standard in the finishing industry.

OSHA – Occupational Safety and Health Administration
NFPA – National Fire Protection Association
ETL – Electrical Testing Labs
EPA – Environmental Protection Agency
ICC – International Code Council

Batch Powder Coating System Design

All components of the GFS Batch Powder Coating System are designed to work together to create a productive batch powder coating operation. We will work with you to develop a Batch Powder Coating System that meets your production needs and space restrictions. 

Parts can be moved in and out of each piece of equipment in a GFS Batch Powder Coating System via a rack, cart or push conveyor. Since curing takes longer than surface preparation and powder application, GFS has designed Batch Powder Ovens to accommodate two carts or racks — improving efficiency and increasing the throughput of your powder coating operation. 

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Customer Success Stories

Bringing Powder Coating


Increasing profitability while maintaining quality is of utmost importance to most manufacturers. When it comes to powder coating, achieving both is more attainable if these operations are brought in-house, with reduced costs, improved quality and shortened lead times.

This FREE guide dives deeper into these benefits and what you need to know to get started.

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