Today, any modern furniture production uses solvent-free, water-dilutable UV-curing coatings, so-called Hydro UV coatings, or 100% UV coating systems for roller application.
Hydro UV coatings ideally combine the benefits of easy handling with optimal flow, rapid drying, and rapid sanding and stackability. They can be colorless as well as colored, sprayed or poured. In our latest developments, almost 100% of the overspray can be recycled - and the surfaces can be hardened using energy-saving LED UV radiation technology.
For two-dimensional workpieces, our colorless or pigmented 100% UV systems are the first choice.
In addition, our Hydro 1K and 2K products are available for both industrial and commercial production. They comply with the Decopaint regulation (ChemVOC-FarbV), which prescribes the use of low-solvent paint systems for many applications in the interior wood sector.
Hydro 1K products are successfully used in the furniture and woodworking industry. Hydro 1K paint systems have been state of the art in the field of wood stair painting for many years. They are also used in the panel industry and in wood strip painting.
Klumpp Coatings Hydro 1K paints can be considered as an alternative to the solvent-based NC paints and offer the advantage in comparison that they are absolutely resistant to yellowing.
All Hydro 1K products from our product range comply with the Decopaint regulation (ChemVOC-FarbV), which prescribes the use of low-solvent coating systems for many applications in the interior wood sector.
Hydro 2K products (PUR coatings) from Klumpp Coatings are in no way inferior in their property profile to the solvent-based 2K-PUR products. Whether chemical resistance, fullness, brilliance, resistance to yellowing - today, our water-dilutable variants also offer the all-round positive properties of PUR coating systems.
Only the shorter processing window of Hydro 2K systems distinguishes the two systems. Thus, the hardener to be added to the varnish prior to processing can easily be supplied by hand and mixed homogeneously in today's Hydro 2K products. However, the processing time of one working day or longer is not achieved. The use of Hydro 2K products therefore requires a certain basic understanding of the processing of water varnishes by the processor. This know-how is conveyed by Klumpp coatings through targeted customer training.
All Hydro 2K products from Klumpp Coatings comply with the Decopaint regulation (ChemVOC-FarbV), which prescribes the use of low-solvent coating systems for many applications in the interior wood sector.
Today, any modern furniture production uses solvent-free coating systems, such as water-dilutable, UV-curable coatings, so-called Hydro UV coatings, or 100% UV coating systems for roller application. Hydro UV coatings combine in an ideal way the benefits of easy handling with optimal flow properties, rapid drying, as well as fast sanding ability and stackability. They can be sprayed or poured colorless as well as colored. In our latest developments, almost 100% of the overspray can be recycled and the surfaces can be hardened using energy-saving LED UV radiation technology.
Best chemical resistance
Excellent scratch and abrasion resistance
Extremely matte to extremely high gloss surfaces
Environmental friendliness due to low VOC or even VOC-free coating systems
White Hydro UV with the highest durability.
Due to the excellent resistance to household chemicals, especially against staining substances such as coffee, red wine or mustard, no additional, clear protective coating is necessary.
UV varnishes for furniture are one of the highest quality coating systems, offering optimal scratch resistance and chemical resistance. In these areas they are far superior to even crosslinked 2K PUR varnishes.
With almost 100% solid content, UV varnishes for rolling are one of the most environmentally friendly coating systems, as no volatile components are released into the atmosphere, either during processing or from the hardened coating.
UV varnishes for furniture are most commonly applied by rolling. This limits their use to one-dimensional, flat objects.