We can offer powder coating with all RAL chart colours and shades. In addition, we can apply also special finishes : matt, gloss, semi-gloss, textured, metallic, hammered – according to the client needs.
In 2015 we have bought a new technology for powder coating, degreasing and final colour finish.
Our company offers a curing oven of unique dimensions for coating parts of sizes up to: 550cm x 110cm x 170 cm and 640cm x 190cm x 295cm.
Powder coating has no competition regarding the quality of surface treatment. It is one of the newest technologies for surface treatment which meets the strict requirement of the environments but also provides the best surface quality for the metal parts. Powder coatings are based on polymer resin systems, combined with curatives, pigments, leveling agents, flow modifiers, and other additives. These ingredients are melt mixed, cooled, and ground into a uniform powder. A process called electrostatic spray deposition is used to achieve the application of the powder coating to a metal. Powder coated products are more resistant to diminished coating quality as a result of impact, moisture, chemicals, utraviolet light, and other extreme weather conditions. In turn, this reduces the risk of scratches, chipping, abrasions, corrosion, fading, and other wear issues. Moreover, it's tough, looks great and lasts a long time.
Blasting of the surface before powder coating ensures excellent results. It improves most parameters of the coating such as adhesiveness, mechanical resistance, possibility of further layers. In addition, phosphating creates an insoluble phosphate layer on the surface of product and the surface obtains very good cohesiveness with base metal and it is suitable as a subgrade layer before varnishing.
Powder spray coating, also known as komaxit, is one of our core operations. It is done by means of an automatic or manual painting booth and a curing oven. We use a wide range of RAL paints to be applied and many special tones.
Our company offers a curing oven of unique dimensions for coating parts of sizes up to: 550cm x 110cm x 170 cm
You can choose from all colours and shades of standard RAL chart. We can apply all types of powder coatings: epoxy coatings, epoxy polyester coatings, polyester coatings, polyurethane coatings, acrylic coatings. The paint finish may have the following texture: matt, gloss, semi-gloss, textured, metallic, hammered.
Powder coating is one of the newest technologies for surface treatment which meets the strict requirement of the environments but also provides the best surface quality for the metal parts. One of the requirements in order to obtain maximum quality after powder coating is well prepared surface, meaning, qualitative degreasing, blasting etc. Upon the application of the powder coat, the parts are cured in an oven from 180 do 210°C.
Our automated powder coated line is built so as to provide the best results not only for big series of products but also smaller ones. Our advantage is in the possibility to coat several different types of coatings during the day and hence, meeting your tight deadlines. For further information, do not hesitate to consult with us.
High pressure blasting is another surface treatment that prepares the parts for further operations such as varnishing or galvanizing. We use three different blasting cabins with sizes 250cm x 100 cm x 100cm and one automated revolving blasting machine, mostly used for a series of parts.
It is possible to blast profiles of up to 6m. For the best quality we use various abrasives e.g. corundum, garnet, steel granulate, anti-corrosion granulate, ballotine, plastic. Therefore, we can blast black steel, aluminum, stainless steel depending on your requirements and the final surface treatment that is expecting the material.
Blasting of the surface before powder coating ensures excellent results. It improves most parameters of the coating such as adhesiveness, mechanical resistance, possibility of further layers.
Phosphating is one of the most preferred surface treatments before paint. This coating method creates an insoluble phosphate layer on the surface of product. Therefore, the surface obtains very good cohesiveness with base metal and it is suitable as a subgrade layer before varnishing. We use this technology to treat steel components but also aluminum and other metals.
For more information do not hesitate to contact us.
Deburring and brushing is one of the most cost inefficient mechanical operations. Therefore, it is chosen to be applied when the client has strict quality requirements. A machine for deburring and the final treatment used to remove burrs on burnouts cut by plasma, oxidation films on burnouts cut by laser removes burrs on snippets and moldings.
Depending on the size of the parts we can use a special deburring automated machine, which can reach high quality and uniform deburring of all edges.
A qualitative surface treatment is the basis for products that are going to be exposed to aggressive environmental conditions. Therefore, KLEMAT CZ s.r.o. also has a modern acid pickling link for stainless and aluminum steel treatment.
These types od surface treatments are used not only for our production but also to meets the needs of our customers.
Acid pickling and passivation increases the anti-corrosion qualities of the products. Without this surface treatment there can be rots in the places where the parts are welded. During this process the material is also cleaned up from the previous paint remains, markings and signs.
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This technology is a novelty for us, and it is to extend and strengthen the portfolio of services that our company offers in the field of metal surface treatment and pre-treatments by blasting, pickling and polishing.
The technology requires an application booth for the wet varnishing process, including a programmable drying and hardening process directly in the cabin to maintain the highest possible quality of the surface treatment. The drying process runs through a waste -heat exchanger with the aid of a co-generation unit, which is part of the equipment.