Cerakote is a polymer-ceramic composite coating, this unique formulation used for Cerakote ceramic coating enhances a number of physical performance properties including abrasion/wear resistance, corrosion resistance, chemical resistance, impact strength, and hardness. Each of these properties is rigorously tested to guarantee that Cerakote products remain at
the forefront of the ceramic coatings market. Ever wondered how to stop those small black dots or small dirty pit marks and stains from forming on your engine, brake calipers, swing arms and frames or the typical corrosion marks that happen? The answer is Cerakote. Not only will it protect it from all those issues you have, but it will make the bike look unreal and will lower your wash time down by not having to scrub the raw alloy with scotch bright pads or steel wool. Cerakote is a very unique coating in the way that no matter what chemical you use to wash your bike down, cerakote will not fade or diminish like other brands with every wash and it is also unique in the way that is is very capable of being scratch resistant from particular applications. Unlike Powder coating when a impact as occurred causing a chip or blemish to the the coating, it will cause a weak spot and over time will further chip away and become very tattered, also over time the powder coating will start to slowly diminish in colour and look faded from sun exposure or excessive heat around particular areas. Powder coating also is a very thick coating and will cause rounding of sharp edges and fill in engraved markings and or cover nice machine marks. With Cerakote not only is the coating harder and more durable over time, it will not chip from impact, it will not fade from heat, sun exposure or chemicals and being cerakote is the coating industries leading thin-film brand and having a application thickness in most cases of 0.0254mm (1.0mil) thick all your engraved markings and machine marks dont get covered or filled in creating a more profound and eye catching finish.