Surface coating

Facade coatings are not only for design – first and foremost, they should protect the building. A robust façade system is, however, only possible if the coating is optimally adapted to the respective undercoat.
When selecting the correct façade coating, colour preferences also play a role as do environmental conditions.

Or pre-greying of timber façades is, in some circumstances, also very much in demand in order to get an even appearance. Furthermore, the façade is done maintenance-free and ensures a perfect look.

  • Best possible UV-protection
  • Preferably lighter shades (luminosity >50)
  • Low to moderate thermal tensions
  • Sufficient to good UV-protection
  • Preferably medium shades (walnut, …)
  • Moderate thermal tensions
  • Good UV-protection
  • Low thermal tensions
  • Shorter maintenance intervals than with pigmented glazes

Deckende Beschichtung (ca. 30-60 µm)

  • Bestmöglicher UV-Schutz
  • Bevorzugt hellere Töne (Hellbezugswert >50)
  • Geringe bis mäßige thermische Spannungen

Lasierende Beschichtung (ca. 20-60 µm)

  •  Ausreichender bis guter UV-Schutz
  • Bevorzugt mittlere Töne (Walnuss, Nussbaum, …)
  • Mäßige thermische Spannungen

Transparente UV-Schutzbeschichtung (ca. <20 µm)

  • Guter UV-Schutz
  • Geringe thermische Spannungen
  • Kürzere Wartungsintervalle als bei pigmentierten Lasuren

Benefits of facade coating

Individual colour design
Individual colour design through collar formula as per customer requirement RAL-colour chart

Quick manufacturing
Quick manufacturing even for special colour shades

Quantities of 10 to ≥ 1,000 m2 possible

Residual colour
Residual colour or touch-up kit will be included on request for repairs and touch-up