Powder Coatings Market is estimated poised to grow at a significant CAGR of 5.6% over 2022-2028. Stringent environmental regulations, advantages of powder coatings over traditional wet paint systems, adoption of the technology in the automotive sector, flourishing construction industry together with rapid economic growth in emerging countries, technological advancements and increasing demand from end user industries, such as architectural, appliances, automotive, furniture, agriculture, construction and earthmoving equipment (ACE) are some factors influencing the market growth. However, factors such as fluctuating raw material prices and difficulty in obtaining thin films are limiting the market growth. In addition to these exterior uses, this material is also used inside the engine on radiators, filters, and other parts. Many new models of Volvo and BMW are already using this type of coating, and Ford, GM, and Chrysler are testing it. The success of the technology has been continuous improvement in raw materials, formulating techniques, and manufacturing processes. Powder is here to stay, and there is still room for significant growth in the automotive market as long as the technology continues to advance. Powder coating process is excellent at achieving smooth and even thick coatings, it is difficult to produce the same with thin coatings. This limitation results from how powder coatings are applied, as it is challenging to control the amount and speed at which the powder is applied to the substrate. Additionally, while thicker coatings can more easily hide surface imperfections, thinner coatings tend to display more orange-peeled textures. This condition can be attributed to inadequate pre-treatment, too much, too little, or improperly applied powder, and insufficient curing times or temperatures. In any case, when a smooth, thin coating finish is required, it is much more difficult to achieve the result with the powder coating method.