SolutionsPlastic coatings with special properties
A plastic coating is much more than just a protective layer. The specific properties of a coating determines where it can add value. This overview shows you the solutions offered by our various coatings and the industries in which they are implemented.
Insulating and conducting coatings In EX environments, sparks can create hazardous situations. By using a conducting or anti-static coating one can eliminate sources of ignition and avoid reactions or explosions. We apply coatings that conduct electrical currents and make sure that the coated components will not . . . Read more
Corrosion protection Corrosion is the term used to describe the way metal surfaces are affected by oxygen, water or acids. Iron or steel rusting is a well-known example. Rust weakens the metal and is a problem for metal pipes and components that are continually in contact with external elements such as . . . Read more
Non-stick coatings In processes that are particularly dirty, we use coatings with good non-stick characteristics. These are similar to the non-stick coatings on many pans, also known as Teflon®. Non-stick coatings are resistant to high temperatures and protect your machines and products against adhesion problems. On top of that . . . Read more
UV-resistant coatings The UV resistance of a coating is a way to value how well it can handle ultraviolet radiation, such as in sunlight. If a coating is used outdoors, it obviously has to be UV-resistant. We apply these durable UV-resistant coatings for instance in . . . Read more
Flexible coatings Flexible plastic coatings or thermoplastics do not harden after they have been applied. When these coatings are heated up towards their melting points, they soften again. Even after many years. Throughout the operational lifespan of the coating . . . Read more
Certified coatings Certified coatings are applied in particular in industries for production of drinking water, pharmaceuticals and food. As the coating will be in contact with food or drinking water, it has to meet strict requirements. The protective layer must not contain any harmful substances. . . . Read more