Electrical Appliances


GMM offers a wide range of small appliance coatings, from entry level “single-coat” systems to the top of the line “three-coat” technology.

In order to maximize the consumer experience, it is crucial to match the quality level of the coating with the quality level of the appliance.  There is no point in putting a high quality coating on a low-end appliance because the inferior substrate will neutralize much of the coating technology benefits.  Following this point, a high-end appliance can easily be ruined when coupled with a substandard coating.  Given how competitive the appliance market is, mistakes can be very costly.

GMM’s electric appliance coating information can be accessed by the links below, or with the top navigation in the dropdown bar.  These pages are designed to be an educational experience; please watch the informative videos (and photo galleries) that are available for viewing on many pages.


Duramax is the top of the line 3-coat system that GMM offers for unparalleled performance on skillets, griddles, woks, and irons.  This coating uses nanotechnology, and is designed for the ultimate consumer grilling experience.  Duramax transcends “reinforced” coating technology, and is on the cutting edge of coating innovation.  Please click HERE to get more information on Duramax for appliances.

Duraslate is the best internally reinforced coating that GMM offers for small electrics.  Duraslate is infused with “matrix forming technology” and is available as a 2-coat or a 3-coat formulation.  Please click HERE to get more information on Duraslate for appliances.

Duraceram is a pure ceramic coating that offers unique benefits such as unsurpassed hardness and heat resistance.  Duraceram is available in absolutely any color, and is perfect for high quality appliances.  Please click HERE to get more information on Duraceram for small electrics.


GMM also offers a variety of unbranded coatings that can be customized to any type of small appliance, regardless of substrate or pretreatment method.

Single Coat Systems

Single coat systems are applied in only one layer, and this single layer must provide adhesion, durability, and food release.  Single coat systems can be made in both solvent based and water based formulas, and are typically used on entry level appliances.  Click HERE to get information on GMM’s Single Coat systems.


Two coat systems mean that there are two different coatings in the system: a primer, and a topcoat.  Two coat systems are typically used on middle and high-end appliances.  Click HERE to get information on GMM’s 2-coat systems.


Three coat systems have a primer, and midcoat, and a topcoat that comprise the finished coating.  Three-coat systems are normally used on high-end appliances.  Click HERE to get information on GMM’s 3-coat systems.