The goal of both Teflon coating and powder coating is basically similar, although the processes used to apply each of them are slightly different. Both coatings are meant to impart some specific property to the item that is being coated. For powder coating, the goal is a protective layer that will keep the item from being damaged, although with Teflon, usually a non-stick surface is the property that is intended to be given to the item it is being applied to.epoxy powder coatingThe Powder Coating ProcessThe powder coating that gets applied is just that-a powder. It basically gets sprayed onto the surface and then dries to form a coating. Here's how the powder coating process works:1. The powder is placed in the feeder unit for the spray gun. Compressed air inside the unit then diffuses it so that it becomes like a liquid even though it is still technically a powder.2. The gun siphons out the powder by pushing high velocity air and propelling the powder from the feeder to the gun.3. Most guns can spray powder anywhere from 10 to 25 feet. When the powder leaves the gun, it looks like a cloud that is moving toward the item that is being coded.4. An electrode on the tip of the spray gun emits a charge that is passed on to the particles of powder when they pass through the tip. That charge causes the powder particles to start looking for something to latch on to and form a protective coating over it.So the powder coating process is very simple. After it has been applied, it is baked onto the item. The entire process is very simple to a regular painting job, except powder coating comes with a great many benefits over ordinary paint. For example, any powder that doesn't attach to the item can be recycled, and the coating it provides is much thicker than paint. So powder coating is a way to give a smooth, protective coating to something, so what about Teflon coating?