Winona Powder Coating Announces The Addition of Fourth Large Capacity Production Line

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Area’s Largest High Volume Powder Coater Meets Demand for Castings and Other Heavy Parts With New Line

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Winona Powder Coating, the largest high volume powder coater in Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan, announced that they will be adding a fourth large capacity production line to its Etna Green facility. Opened in August 2013, the 167,000-square-foot facility currently houses state-of-the-art powder coating lines with 5-stage washers, automatic and manual coating booths, and digitally controlled ovens.

“At Winona, we are always expanding our service offerings in order to surpass customer demands,” said Brian Bailey, president of Winona Powder Coating. “This additional fourth line allows us to deal with the challenges of castings and heavy parts throughout the coating, curing and packing processes. We will also be able to reduce lead times and offer quicker customer response.”

The additional large capacity production line will feature a heavy duty I-beam conveyor, a five-stage wash system and an automatic powder booth. The line is slated to be operational by the third quarter. Once completed, the line will be able to accommodate parts up to 200 pounds per trolley, with the ability to handle extremely heavy components across several trolleys. Winona also expects to add additional manufacturing personnel in the third quarter of this year.

Winona Powder Coating, with facilities in Elkhart and Etna Green, IN, is a leading supplier of powder coating services to large industrial companies throughout the Midwest. In business since 1974, Winona Powder Coating began powder coating in 1979, making it one of the first powder coating operations to open in the state of Indiana. Winona Powder Coating currently serves customers in the following industries: foundry, agriculture, military/defense, recreational vehicles, automotive, marine, heavy industry, construction, electrical equipment, plumbing, and government.

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