Production to the highest global standards
We’re alone in the Nordics in our ability to offer both wet lacquering and various vacuum-based metallising techniques under one roof. What’s more, our production equipment is among Europe’s most advanced, and we have 40 years’ experience. We began lacquering plastic parts back in 1973. Since then, we’ve lacquered hundreds of millions of components for such things as mobile phones and other consumer electronics. Today, we’re one of the few specialists in surface treatment for hearing aids, worldwide. Many companies turn to us to learn more about the possibilities of wet lacquering on plastic and other materials.
Combining colour with effects
While lacquering is an excellent, cost-effective technique that creates added value for your products, its more than just painting parts. Surface treatment, just like well considered and skilfully applied make-up, can create individual identity and beauty. This is especially true in the case of what are often drab plastic parts. Only your imagination sets the limits for what’s possible. Choose a colour and combine it with a number of different effects: signal colours, glittering precious metal metallic or colour ABC. There is also another, often forgotten quality that can be added to a product, namely its feel. These tactile effects convey sensations that lie beyond the visual. A conscious choice of how a product should feel can lead to added sales if the feel is perceived as pleasant. Typically, soft-feel lacquer provide such a surface.
Metallising adds another dimension
We may also combine the lacquer with metallising, which adds an additional dimension. Imagine a plastic part that looks like a matte, anodised aluminium surface or one that has various chrome effects. All this without any negative environmental effects as we only use eco-friendly metals in incredibly thin layers. While on the subject of the environment, none of the material we use contains heavy metals. We also take care of residual lacquer products; left-over paint is collected and incinerated together with household waste. Solvents are burned efficiently in an air cleaning incineration plant, which guarantees compliance with ISO 14001 environmental standards.