Fluidized powder has been available for more than 50 years. Nevertheless, many are unfamiliar with the process and its benefits. If you’re wondering whether you should use this method for your next project, here are four reasons why:

No Tooling Costs

Fluidized powder requires only a dip method to completely cover your part. As such, there won’t be expensive tooling costs for your project. Whether you want to do 1,000 bulk pieces or only a few items, the cost benefit of fluidized bed powder will be great for your bottom line.

Complete Part Coverage

Fluidized powder will also give you 100% part coverage. The powder will get into every nook and cranny of your product, making it particularly well-suited to covering wire products. There won’t be complicated tooling methods involved in the process–all you have to do is preheat the fluid bed powder coated part, dip it into the fluidized bed, reheat it, and cool it to room temperature.


Today, customers often demand higher quality and durability from the products they buy. A finished product with fluidized powder is extremely durable and one of the top plastic seals on the market.

Resistant to Corrosion

Thanks to its 100% coverage, even in the smallest part of your product, the plastic coating enables the underlying metal to resist corrosion.

Here at Piper Plastics, we have over 20 automatic computer-controlled dip molding and dip coating centers, operating 24 hours a day. We work with any industry and can provide dip molding or coating in any color, on complex or basic items, with a very fast turnaround. Contact us today at 631-842-6889!

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