Sprayed variety. Solvent-free, environmentally-friendly finishing. From the spray gun. Diversity in design, color, and shape.
Material Card (PDF, german only)
Solvent-free powder coating is widely used in the metal industry due to its many advantages. However, this environmentally-friendly finishing technique can also be applied to wood. Using spray guns, the fine powder is electrostatically charged and applied to the substrate. The coated elements then pass through infrared ovens, where the powder crosslinks and cures.
Excess powder is recycled, resulting in even, edge-to-edge, scratch-resistant, highly durable, and seamless surfaces that are free from odors and other emissions.
Powder-coated surfaces can be produced in virtually any desired design, shape, and color.
The advantages summarized:
Resilient, scratch-resistant, and durable
Surfaces available in various shapes and colors
Edge-to-edge and seamless surfaces