Terms

Decoral
A process in which an image is transferred from a sheet to material.
Demi Water
Demineralised water rid of all ion-soluble substances and silicon.
Phosphating
Chemical surface pre-treatment.
Komaxit
Synonym for powder coating.
Micrometre
A unit of thickness of the pulverised paint layer.
Etching
A basic chemical pre-treatment for removing impurities from material surfaces, including degreasing.
Nabudur STI/152 S
Chemical preparation for etching.
Nabuphor LKI/80
Degreasing and phosphating pre-treatment for steel.
Nabutan STI/310
Passivating preparation with zero chromium and phosphate content for better paint adhesion and excellent corrosion prevention.
Passivation
Production of a protective layer on a material surface to prevent corrosion.
Prisma series

With a long tradition and high quality in the development and production of powder paints, the leading global company, Neokem SA, presents a new collection for special effects of façade surface finish coating products – the so-called NEOTEC PRISMA SERIES.

The special effects of this series have been developed to provide impressive optical results. Dynamic, intensive and metallic shades with gloss, matt or fine sand finish demonstrate the extensive advantages of this large collection.

Prisma series paint groups:
  • MESOGEIOS
  • COSMOS
  • SAHARA
Cure oven
The area where powder coating curing takes place.
RAL colour chart

The RAL colour chart is a globally recognised standard for a scale of colour shades which is used mainly in industrial production of interior and exterior paints and in the construction industry in general. The idea behind it is to always get exactly the same colour shade.

At present the RAL colour chart has two series:
  • RAL Classic which comprises 210 shades including metallic, used primarily in industrial production (steelwork, furniture manufacture, etc.).
  • RAL Design which comprises 1625 shades intended primarily for a precise selection of colour shades in interior design.
Gelling
Quick heating of the painted material in double-layer painting.