Panels are sprayed with a protective automobile grade lacquer after printing. Lacquer provides superior resistance to corrosion, fading and scratches. It provides the opportunity to give customers a longer warranty period against fading and corrosion.
After lacquer application, panels are transferred to the drying room and automatically loaded onto racks. Drying time for lacquer is 30 minutes to 6 hours, depending on the type of lacquer, thickness and drying room temperature.
- Digital inkjet printing requires a protective coating for exterior use
- Polyurethane automobile grade lacuqer is sprayed on the exterior
- Fully automatic spray application
- Lacquer has a matt finish
- The lacquer, after drying is approximately 50 microns thick
- Lacquer provides superior resistance to fading, corrosion and scratches
- Possible to offer a longer warranty for corrosion resistance and door appearance
- After spray application, panels transfer on a conveyor system to the drying room through a transfer hatch for automatic loading onto drying racks
axbox lacquer: additional uses
- The lacquer box may be used for standard door panels or other building
materials to make additional income
- Production rate: up to 1.200 lm per hour
- Lacquer standard paint finish door panels for improved resistance against to corrosion, fading and scratches. Longer warranties are possible to give to customers.
- Lacquer the interior side of panels for special industrial door installations:
- Car washes
- Any door that requires stainless steel hardware
- Doors frequently cleaned on the interior, such as food
processing or chemical factories
- Lacquer exterior building material panels ("may require"additional equipment or modifications)