This mixture of polyester polymers is the most widespread product for painting metals for a wide range of uses.
They are available both in plain and metallic colours and in different gloss levels.
Thanks to polyamide polyester or inert particles, a structured finish can be obtained that improves scratch resistance and visual appeal.
The polyester cycle is the most economical choice but still provides great flexibility and resistance.
Superpolyester (VHD) is the painting cycle used in mountain areas or areas with great light exposure.
Whether in plain, metallic or patterned colours, they are available in different gloss levels.
By including polyamide or inert particles in the super polyester cycle, a structured finish can be obtained that improves their scratch resistance and visual appeal.
This cycle ensures great resistance to UV rays up to RUV4; depending on the substrate used it also offers significant resistance to corrosion.
Polyurethane paints consist of modified polyester resins. There is an endless range of colours available, from plain, to metallic or patterned with various gloss levels whereas the surface appearance varies from smooth to structured.
High thickness (50/60 micron) cycles can be run to improve resistance to corrosion and scratching. By including polyamide polymers with a different diameter in the polyester/polyurethane cycle, we obtain a more or less pronounced finish that provides significant resistance to abrasion.
The main feature of this cycle is great hardness, great elasticity during the processing phase and significant resistance to corrosive and atmospheric chemical agents.
This is most suitable product in the building sector to be used in areas with lots of sunlight, chemical pollution, or which are near the sea. Other types of prepainted product do not provide effective responses to this combination of weather and environmental factors.
This cycle ensures great flexibility, excellent resistance to UV rays and to corrosion over a range of colours and limited gloss levels.
The concentration of bacteria that can be found in medical centres or products like beverage dispensers etc. can be reduced by using appropriately pretreated sheets with antibacterial cycles.
This special painting cycle enables the prepainted substrate to be active thus reducing germs and bacteria on the surface.
The priming cycles can be applied to galvanized substrates, aluminium or stainless steel to ensure correct adhesion of polyurethane foams and of the glues used to produce insulated or honeycombed panels.
The combination between the substrate and final use is fundamental to define the suitable formulation of the primer.
The Eco Paint (No VOCs) cycle is so formulated that VOC emissions into the environment of the prepainted material are reduced to within the limits set by specific manufacturer requirements and/or by the standards that are increasingly attuned to the health and safety of users and citizens.