Abcor Industries • Powder Coated Wood
This is Abcor.
Innovation of sustainable wood products is our center of attention. Our team is a group of agile, fast responding, low bureaucracy collaborators.
Your trust is our goal.
Abcor leverages the latest in thermoset infrared curing technology. Abcor's leadership in MDF powder coating positions us to be the pioneer in low and non-conductive material powder coating science.
Abcor is the purest form of design freedom. Don't let the limitations of the past inhibit the future of your thinking.
Innovative Sink Display for Franke Sinks
Dye Sublimated Walnut
Clearcoat Powder on Veneer Prototype
Walnut Brown Smooth Cabinet Door
Uniquely Designed Work Station
Dye Sublimation Prototype
Highly Collaborative Workspace
ZOP Finishing Technology
3H Hardness Kitchen Cabinet Door
Stir Works Top by Abcor
Zero VOC's. Zero HAP's.Formeldahyde free. CARB-2 Compliant.
Indoor air quality is a core advantage of our technology. IAQ testing of Abcor's powder coating shows the lowest emissions of any surface in the industry.
Abcor powder coated surfaces are 100% recyclable. Laminate, melamine, membrane and vinyl are not.
No edgeband. No backer. No adhesives. No solvent. Abcor out performs all competitors in carbon footprint.
A 5 sf component produces the following carbon footprints:
Powder on wood: 1.25 Kg CO2
High pressure laminate: 4.87 Kg CO2
Solvent based paint: 5.81 Kg CO2
Our sustainability strategy inspires us to run a zero waste facility. Excess powder is reclaimed during the spray process. Ground up wood is sent to a local hog farmer.
We are 100% dedicated to powder coated wood. Undistracted, Abcor is a team of nimble, fast responding, low bureaucracy collaborators.
The mission is centered on advancing it's technology.
HOLLAND, Michigan -- Abcor Industries, a leading innovator in material-science and wood powder-coating technologies, has been honored on the 2016 list of “50 Companies to Watch” by Michigan Celebrates Small Business, a statewide organization that promotes excellence in entrepreneurship.
Abcor’s CEO J.T. Weis, who acquired the Holland-based company in 2012, attributed the award to the extraordinary efforts of his management team and high performance workforce, many of whom are convicted felons and are now are on a path to positive and productive lives. With a focus on sustainable practices, corporate philanthropy and disruptive innovation in low-conduction powder coating, Weis is positioning Abcor for strong, steady growth.
“Architects, designers and manufacturers of wood products are compelled when they encounter the advantages that our high-performance, wear-resistant wood powder coating provides them,” says Weis, a former Berkshire Hathaway Group President.
This is the 12th year for the Michigan Celebrates Small Business awards, which are designed to elevate the significance of small businesses in the state. The awards, to be presented at a evening gala on May 5 in Lansing, highlight in particular “the companies who are on a growth path in Michigan, creating jobs, developing innovative products and expanding their sales to other parts of the nation and world,” according to Jennifer M. Deamud of the Seidman College of Business at Grand Valley State University and the Associate State Director of the Michigan Small Business Development Center.