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For Individuals & Businesses

Protect & Extend the Life of Your Vehicle Parts

Our customers have a wide array of advanced corrosion resistant pre-treatment powder coating options depending on your unique processing requirements and product specifications.

We offer quality finishing on automotive parts like:
  • Coil Springs
  • Brackets
  • Engine Blocks
  • Cylynder Heads
  • Manifolds
  • Fuel Injection Systems
  • Wheels/Rims
  • Brake Components
  • Radiators
  • Shock Absorbers
  • Oil Filters
  • Battery Trays


Like architects, designers and OEMs, Institutions, homeowners and everyday consumers have also discovered the practical, cost-saving advantages and benefits of SUNDIAL advanced performance powder coatings. They’ve come to recognize that powder coating offers a smart, efficient way to refinish, restore, preserve and protect wrought iron and aluminum benches, chairs and tables, driveway gates, fencing, railings, roofs, outdoor lighting fixtures, sports equipment and also car, motorcycle, boat and other service and recreational vehicle parts and trim. They’ve discovered powder coating to be attractive and highly durable, lasting far longer than other alternatives—decades longer—even in harsh environments.



Advanced powder coating offers a finishing process for a wide range of parts, materials and products used by institutions and everyday consumers seeking a decorative and highly durable finish that will protect valuable assets from heat, cold, grime, scratching, corrosion, bleaching and all weathering.

SUNDIAL uses a proprietary powder mixing finely ground particles of colored pigment and resin. The electrically-charged powder adheres to the metal or aluminum surface being coated. Oven curing the coated part or product causes the charged powder particles to bond to the electrically grounded surface until heated and fused forming a uniform, highly durable finish.

SUNDIAL’s commitment to quality and innovation sparked the introduction of the first 7-stage pre-treatment wash process in Southern California where parts, materials and products are subjected to a one-of-a-kind, intense cleansing that results in a super-clean substrate and unmatched finished surface quality.



SUNDIAL’s powder coating process is environmentally friendly and virtually pollution-free. Unlike the liquid paint used in a typical spray painting scenario, no solvents are used in our durable powder coating process. This means only negligible amounts of volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), if any, get released into the atmosphere during powder coating.

“Powder coating does not contain carcinogens like spray paint—and unused or oversprayed powder is always recovered, not released into the atmosphere, so waste is negligible and disposed of in a safe, environmentally sound way.”
– Shivie Dhillon, SunDial Powder Coatings

  • Contains little or no VOC’s or volatile organic compounds
  • Contains no known carcinogens like spray paint
  • Powder coating is virtually pollution-free
  • Oversprayed powder is captured not released into the environment


Powder Coating is a smarter, more economical way to apply a decorative and protective finish to metal and aluminum products. It’s not just a useful alternative for metal doors and frames, roofing or wrought iron; it’s also far superior in terms of coating quality and durability. A popular refinishing method, it’s been championed by institutions, homeowners and consumers for courtyard, patio and office furniture, entry gates, barbecue grills, basketball frames, and other interior and exterior furniture, fixtures and recreational items.

So, what’s better: powder coating or spray painting? Powder Coating uses a different type of powder than aerosol spray paint. Spray paint, dispensed as a fine mist, is an expensive process over the long run as it tends to chips and fade quickly often requiring repeated applications. Further, spray painting does not protect the metal or aluminum and often the product is discarded requiring a new purchase. A powder coated surface can last up to 20 years—which can save you thousands.