Blast. Pretreat. Coat.
Whether you’re going for aesthetics, functionality, or both,
we’re here to solve your problems.
Blast. Pretreat. Coat.
What We do
We specialize in media blasting, powder coating, and painting for customers in the states of Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and the surrounding Midwest. Kaser Blasting & Coatings is a division of Kaser Painting, Inc., established in 1987.
Blasting involves directing a high-pressure stream of abrasive media (i.e., steel grit or crushed glass) at a part, stripping the surface of old paint or rust.
Powder coating is applied electrostatically and then cured at 400 degrees, creating a hard, durable finish. When you need great quality, a fast turnaround, and reasonable costs, powder coating is the best option.
Liquid coating is more versatile than powder coating, but is more labor intensive and generally more expensive on common parts. When it comes to extremely large or heavy parts, or if durability is less of a concern, liquid coating is more efficient than powder coating.
“Kaser does all my powder coating, they are always on-time and their work comes out perfect. Staff is more than friendly and eager to help.”
“Fantastic! We are very happy with your service, you are all fabulous and you have helped us many many times. Your work is excellent”
“Kaser gets the job done on-time and does great work! If there is ever a problem, they have taken care of it for me!”
I’m a pretty positive, results-oriented person who is fortunate to work in an industry full of positive, results-oriented people. But, my fellow powder coaters, general managers, and small business owners, can we take a moment to bond over what I am sure is a shared...
Is there anything more frustrating for a customer than calling a powder coating shop and being told that the lead time is 4-5 weeks? No. I get it, and I’m here to help. First, I want to reframe how we look at lead times. While a long lead time is an understandable...
Myth: blasting parts is the same as cleaning them. Fact: blasting and washing are two very different processes, with very different results, and you cannot substitute one for the other. I think social media may be (at least partly) to blame for the confusion. We’re...