Wood Coatings

Polyster

Polyester coatings react with the accelerator (usually cobalt) and the (peroxide-based) catalyst, generating a highly resistant film that endows the surface with a high level of hardness. Particularly suitable for closed-pore top coats, they make it possible to achieve a coating film with excellent chemical/physical resistance, that is easy to sand and is subject to limited shrinkage over time.

Features:-

  • Ease of use
  • Spray, roller, curtain coater or electrostatic application
  • High solid content (65-90%)
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PU

Polyurethane coatings are particularly recommended for application to surfaces subject to high levels of wear-and-tear, where excellent chemical/physical resistance is required.

Features:-

  • Versatility and ease of use
  • Spray, roller, curtain-coater or electrostatic application
  • Excellent chemical/physical resistance
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Acryllic

Acrylic coatings are particularly suitable for the coating of light-coloured woods, woods that have been chemically bleached, woods with open-pore coating and for coating cycles where the requested characteristics are transparency (since they are formulated with colorless resins), resistance to yellowing and elasticity.

Feature:-

  • Versatility and ease of use
  • Spray, roller, curtain-coater or electrostatic application
  • Excellent chemical/physical resistance
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Water Based Application

The range of water-based coatings is marked out by its perfect combination of long-lasting beauty and strong, durable protection for frames and shutters. The use of water-based coatings for exteriors is now well-established thanks to the numerous advantages they offer: reduction of solvent emissions into the atmosphere, short processing times, excellent elasticity and resistance of the coating film to temperature shifts and atmospheric agents, ease of overcoating, and no risk of spontaneous combustion of the overspray dust.

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