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Heat Transfer Powder (HTP) Coating is an aluminium coating that can simulate different patterns or images such as marble, wood grains and logos. Each pattern can be printed onto any surface that has a melting point that is higher then 400°c. Patterns can replicate natural materials with 90% likeness. More designs are continuously being added and custom patterns are available to meet our customers needs. The maximum dimensions available are 1,600mm x 4,000mm. This product carries a 5 year warranty for external use and 10 years warranty for internal use.

HTP Coating can be a substitute for both real marble and wooden decorations. The elegance of natural wood products can be maintained, while saving natural resources minimizes damage to the environment.


HTP Coating products are very durable, they can be placed in both indoor and outdoor environments, as the finish has great resistance to humidity and ultraviolet light. Also ink, paint and dirt are easy to remove making maintenance very convenient. These economical products can simulate the appearance of real marble and wood. Not only can the cost be greatly reduced but the weight of the wall can also be reduced, which allows for efficient installation. 



Kam Pin Wood Powder Aluminum

Pattern Transfer (PT) Powder Coating is a 2 step process. First the substrate is coated with a unique powder coating that can be rebaked at a high melting point. Once the substrate is coated and cured, a film with inked patterns is  wrapped around the substrate. Vacuum tubes are used to withdraw all the air between the substrate and the film. The substrate is placed back into the oven and rebaked. During second baking process, the ink in the film is transferred into the cured powder coating, this heat transferring process is called sublimation. Once the substrate is cooled, the film is peeled off and the ink is submerged into the power coating, now the substrate is ready for use. 

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