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Eastwood Powder Coat Guns

Whether you're powder coating for the first time or are a veteran of this process, you can find the right supplies at Eastwood. Our powder coating equipment does everything you need to apply a smooth, durable and good-looking finish

At Eastwood, we have been developing professional-quality tools for DIYers since 1978 and offer solutions for all levels of know-how. Powder coating is generally easier and faster than traditional automotive painting, but you still need the proper tools. Shop today and find a HotCoat® powder coating gun that is as economical and durable as the finish that will result.

Find the Right Powder Coating System

We've developed several systems so your Eastwood powder coating gun will Do the Job Right. The single voltage PCS-150 15,000-volt DIY powder gun is a low-cost way to do a skillful job. For more options, the Dual-Voltage PCS-250 has a 15,000-volt setting for tight spaces and a 25,000-volt setting for large areas or multiple coats. Both tools have quick color changing, a power supply, a powder bottle, a handheld activation switch and a ground clamp. They're also available with a pancake compressor or as a starter powder coating kit that contains multiple bottles, black powder, a filter, silicone plugs and other consumables.

If you're looking for a professional gun, we offer the impressive PCS-1000 powder coating machine that provides the best coverage thanks to 100,000 volts of maximum power flow. Remember to pick up some HotCoat powders to use with your new gun. Our service team can answer questions about these systems by phone, email or live chat seven days a week. We are the leader in DIY powder coating because we do more than just sell products. Eastwood provides free resources such as the Eastwood Garage that contain valuable information from people who've experienced the highs and lows of this process. All products come with a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.

How To Powder Coat at Home

Powder coating is a simple and easy way to apply a highly durable coating. Nevertheless, you'll want to do a little studying before you get started. Both the videos in the embedded playlist and the articles we've linked to will walk you through the basic steps, demonstrate the features of the Eastwood powder coating kit as well as the necessities and accessories you need for powder coating, and even show some cool projects we completed with our home powder coating equipment right here at Eastwood. For further assistance, browse the tech library or stop by a retail store seven days a week.

Perfectly Powder Coated Wheels — 10 Tips to Make Your Wheels Look Great

It's a known fact that a set of wheels can make or break a car. We've seen some of the biggest "junkers" become legendary with a nice set of wheels and a ride height adjustment. The opposite can happen when you have a nicely restored vehicle that has dirty, beat-up or badly finished wheels. It can ruin the overall appearance of the car or truck. We're here to show you how to make your rolling stock look as good as your ride with these 10 tips for powder coated wheel perfection....READ MORE

Powder Coat it Black

I'm building a few projects at once, and it seems just about every one of them needed some sort of black powder coating done before I could start reassembly. I took this past weekend, cranked up my favorite Rolling Stones song and tackled my growing pile of parts for black powder treatment....READ MORE

Vintage Modular Race Wheel Restoration

For some people, the parts that are actually "on" a car are what really make it stand out from the crowd. It could be that rare OEM accessory, those unique mag wheels, or a shiny aftermarket valve cover. Whatever it is, you wanted it because you knew the guy parked next to you at the show will most definitely NOT have it on his car. For some of us, it is necessary, that is unless you have some sort of ultra-rare low numbers car that speaks for itself all original… Otherwise, the rest of us tend to search the local classifieds, online auto forums, eBay, flea markets, yard sales, Craigslist, etc. for that "killer deal" on that perfect part to finish off your project. There are many different options when it comes to the restoration and modification of your vehicle. Personally, I am a nut for old vintage aftermarket parts for the European vehicles that I tinker with. Anything from old race parts, to retro steering wheels, to literature, I am constantly seeking out rare old pieces of history from these cars....READ MORE

Powder Coating FAQ

What is powder coating? – Powder coating is a dry painting process that uses a fine powder with the consistency of powdered sugar, and an electrical charge to coat an object. Then the piece is baked in an oven at 400+ degrees Fahrenheit to make the powder melt and flow together. Once it is cooled and cured the powder coat has formed a solid plastic coating over the entire surface that is much more durable than regular paint....READ MORE

What is "Hot Flocking" and When Do I Do it?

If you're just getting into the world of powder coating you surely have read or heard about "hot-flocking" — but few understand why it can be beneficial. We decided to put together a few tips about the process of hot flocking powder on an item when powder coating....READ MORE

Can You Powder Coat Glass?

We all know you can powder coat metal, but what about other materials such as glass? In order to powder coat an item, there is really only one determining factor: it must be able to withstand 400ºF. Metal is one of the best materials to powder coat because it conducts electricity, allowing the charged powder to be drawn to the part thus completing the circuit. That leaves out all other nonconductive items. Can they be powder coated too? Hot flocking is the most common way of powder coating nonconductive objects by heating them up to temperature, pulling them out of the oven and then applying the powder without needing to connect the grounding cable or plug in the gun. The part is already hot so the powder melts on contact....READ MORE

Tips to Save Time When Powder Coating Harley Wheels

You may or may not realize that Eastwood has been there since Day 1 in the DIY Powder Coating market. We were the first to come out with an affordable powder coating system for a DIYer to use in their home shop. Just like that, the days of paying top dollar to send your parts to an industrial-type powder coating firm or compromising by using aerosol paint on your parts were gone. Because we've been there for so long, we've powder coated just about anything that could be coated — and we've even tried stuff that couldn't! Along the way. we've picked up some tips and tricks to save yourself time when powder coating parts at home. I recently powder coated a set of Harley Davidson wheels and took some pictures to show some things you can do to save yourself extra time after your parts are coated and cured....READ MORE