During application, a uniform layer of coating generates a sheet of flat metal with a consistent, smooth layer of paint whereas painting an assembled product by other methods of application, can create an inconsistent layer of paint.
Due to the controlled nature of the process, colour differences between production batches is tightly controlled.
The consistency and accuracy of the coil coating process generate’s excellent corrosion resistance properties compared to other painting methods. This is due to the highly controlled cleaning, pre-treatment, coating application and curing stages within the process.
Coil coating allows prepainted metals to be customised with a wide range of options e.g. coatings, dimensions, thicknesses, aesthetics and performance characteristics. The coated material can also be tailored to suit the specific requirements of our customer’s equipment.
With coil coating being a closed loop process the release of harmful elements is eradicated. For example, all solvents/organic compounds are captured and treated prior to emission. All of our emissions and potential waste streams are tightly controlled under local environmental regulations, supplemented by our ISO14001 accreditation.
The coil coating process provides coating application efficiency of over 90%, which is significantly higher than other application techniques. Pre-painted metals can also be fully recycled, providing environmental advantages.
Our non-stick technology can be seen in everyday items from non-stick bakeware to the sole plates on domestic steam irons. Established in 1966, the company has a long history of innovation in coating technology and is based in the UK with sales agencies and distribution networks throughout the world.