A hard wearing pigmented lacquer finish is applied using modern spray equipment.
A hard, clear, protective coating is available in a range of finishes from matt through to high gloss.
A transparent colour is added to clear lacquer, to provide a subtle, tinted effect to custom door sets.
Stains are applied prior to coating with the final finish, to highlight the grain characteristics of the veneer and where appropriate match or complement furniture and flooring. We work closely with our lacquer supplier to achieve the best possible match.
Traditional French polishing is a technique that results in a very high gloss surface and is offered either prior to delivery, or on site if required.
A hard-wearing pigmented lacquer finish is applied using modern spray equipment. Any RAL colour can be selected at varying gloss levels.
Primed for On-site Painting
A white primer finish is applied, using modern spray equipment.
Infection control is important for all environments, whether it be a hospital door, care home door, school doors or hotel doors. Hygienilac is added to the wood lacquer and is the first wood lacquer available in the UK that kills most species of bacteria, including the deadly MRSA, salmonella and E.coli. It also carries on killing them for the lifetime of the lacquer – as long as 10 years.
Hygienilac works by preventing the bacteria’s access to nutrients, so growth is inhibited and they will starve and die. It has a kill rate of 99.9 per cent over a 24-hour period and remains effective for years because of its inherently low water solubility.
All of our door finishes are available with infection control.
For further information. please refer to our Facings and Finishes brochure