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Powder coating is an advanced durable dry plastic powder paint applied onto a metal surface. When spray painting, the powder paint cloud is charged with static electricity that attracts the powder paint to the part being coated. The part is then placed in an industrial oven and baked at high temperature.
Customers are advised however that powder coating is prone to chipping. Disc golf baskets unlike other powder coated steel products like indoor displays or even bicycles, take an incredible amount of abuse from the impact of discs, chains and the elements. The smallest chip or scratch in the powder coating on untreated steel will begin the corrosion process. DGA takes the extra step to galvanize our products prior to powder coating in order to combine the durability of galvanizing with the attractive appearance of powder-coating.
The galvanizing steps we take prior to powder coating prevents rust that would otherwise begin almost immediately on an untreated steel powder coated basket installed in an outdoors facility.
DGA Mach II and Mach V come in two stock color options: Blue Sparkle or Orange Blaze. DGA Disc Pole Holes can be ordered in the custom colors as well.
If you have a custom color request, we will try to meet your needs. Custom powder coating color orders require a minimum order of 20 units. We will do our best to match your color request however we cannot guarantee exact color matching. Please contact us for a quote for the most current pricing on custom powder coating jobs.
*Please note DGA does not powder coat poles. The pole takes more abuse then any other part of a Disc Pole Hole. One of the quickest way to destroy powder coating is to bang chain against it which not only leaves a pole that looks horrible, but leaves the remnants of the chipped powder coating around the target to be absorbed into the soil.