Wet paint coating

Colourful wet paint coatings fulfil decorative purposes in addition to corrosion protection. High-quality, permanently adhesive plastics are used for the coating.

Wet paint coating: plastics as corrosion protection

During the wet paint coating process, liquid coating substances are generally applied to the surface of the steel made product, or galvanised steel as a corrosion protection. Afterwards, these harden. The coating substances consist of plastic, and later form a highly adhesive covering. Depending on the requirements, loads and required corrosion protection, several paint layers are applied by our partner companies.

Wet paint coating – your advantages at a glance:

RAL, NCS and Pantone colours possible.

Wet paint coatings can also be executed after assembly of the components on the construction site.

You can achieve a high surface quality through the wet paint coating.


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Hot-dip galvanising is an extremely durable form of corrosion protection. According to the DIN EN ISO 14713-1, Table 2, a protection duration of more than 100 years can be achieved.

The zinc covering offers a reliable corrosion protection which is executed industrially and under defined conditions acc. DIN EN ISO 1461. Therefore, the requirements on the properties and reliability of hot-dip galvanising are clearly defined.

Hot-dip galvanising is maintenance free. Therefore, they are one of the least expensive long-term protection systems (because they protect longer and do not generate subsequent costs). It must be remembered that maintenance work in particular generates additional costs and can also cause problems, in particular in areas which are hard to reach. Maintenance free corrosion protection is therefore worth its weight in gold.