Whether extremely scratch-resistant high gloss surfaces for discreet interior looks, exclusive finishing of aluminum surfaces, or special effect or haptics lacquers – we work together with our customers and provide economical solutions for every requirement.
We offer suitable radiation-curing coatings for the following automotive parts:
+ Wheel covers
+ Panels, buttons
+ Chassis, engine compartment covers
and for a variety of other components in the cockpit.
Our lacquer systems for the automotive sector:
As your innovative partner we develop customized, radiation-curing lacquer systems. Depending on individual requirements and plant conditions following radiation-curing systems are possible:
100% UV LACQUERS
Ideal coating system where VOC * must be kept as small as possible. Ecologically and economically efficient. Application mainly suitable for rolling, but also suitable for spraying depending on the formulation.
* VOCs are volatile organic compounds (volatile organic compounds)
H2O UV LACQUERS
Aqueous UV lacquers are excellent for 3D thermoformable applications, as well as coatings where haptics or subsequent embossing plays a major role. Due to the final UV cross-linking the resistance is considerably better than with conventional water-based lacquer systems. Application by rolling or spraying.
SOLVENT-BASED UV LACQUERS
Thanks to the adjustment of viscosity by solvents it is even possible to create ‘monomer-free’ formulations. Solvent-based UV systems meet the highest demands on chemicals, scratching and weathering resistance. Application mainly by spraying, but also possible by rolling.
UV PRINTING INKS
Our LED lacquers can all be cured without the use of nitrogen. Especially where cargo needs to be lacquered or subsequently cured by clocking, the LED technology compared to the UV technology has great advantages as LED lamps are better suited for frequent switching on and off than conventional UV lamps. Application by rolling or spraying.
Depending on the application, our sustainable lacquers can also be used.
All coating systems can also be developed as dual cure versions!