Protection against UV, rain and moisture
Protection against temperature variations
Highly resistant to chemicals and abrasion
Stops knot resin
Safe and easy to use solvent borne coatings.
Our approach to paint formulation is good for the environment and your workplace.
Becker Acroma uses mild solvents such as esters and alcohols - they do not
use aromatic hydrocarbons carbons.
One-pack systems are often the easiest to work with
because of their good application properties and long pot life. Most are fast
drying, especially at increased temperatures and some have a built-in hardener
that activates on application.
Two-pack systems require a hardener or catalyst
to dry/cure. They typically have excellent application, curing and stacking
properties in modern application lines and produce hard, chemical-resistant
Typically, our two-pack systems consist of polyurethane
and acid-curing products. The largest two-pack group is acid-curing products.
Using acid-curing products is cost-effective, offering fast curing, chemical
resistant, attractive surfaces, all while meeting the E1 limit for formaldehyde
Excellent application properties
Fast drying times
Durable, quality finish and wear resistance
Mild solvents – good for environment and workplace
Create your own effects!
Becker Acroma waterborne stains offer a trio of advantages:
they produce beautiful finishes, they come in a broad choice of effects and
by reducing solvent emissions, they are better for the environment. Our range
of waterborne stains can be adapted for all types of application methods
and are a simple and cost-efficient way of achieving appealing finishes.
waterborne stains come in almost every imaginable colour, are fast drying
and can be used on all types of wood substrate.
Our range of solventborne stains comprises fast
drying stains, producing beautiful finishes. The solvents used in these
stains are ethanol and esters – no aromatic hydrocarbons or heavy
Light fast, acid-proof and heatproof
Add value to wood products
Wide choice of colours and effects
What’s the deal with UV?
deal is this: UV
curing products cure in a split second, produce exceptionally durable
surfaces and have excellent stacking qualities. They are also safer to
handle than conventional solutions when handled correctly.
And that’s just for starters...
In their basic format all of our UV curing products are
solvents-free, which is good news for indoor and outdoor environments, while
you save time in cleaning up after a production run.
Becker Acroma is developing new application technology
to widen the application of UV curing products. These new developments include
sprayable and pigmented paint UV products that broaden our customer’s
scope for dreaming up and making new products. And getting them to market
Let us help you to make the switch and open new doors.
High quality, exceptionally durable surfaces
Big productivity gains
Dramatic reductions in solvent emission
Less hassle, great finish!
For profiled or planar surfaces, Becker Acroma waterborne
UV curing products produce beautiful, strong and resistant surfaces. Our
fast-drying UV system simplifies handling, enhances the end result and is
good for the environment.
Containing no organic solvents, there are no harmful emissions.
Machinery and other line equipment can be cleaned with water that can then
be recycled in the production process. Our solutions also create a safer
working environment because we have minimized the risk of skin irritations
Our range combines UV technology with the application flexibility
of waterborne technology and the finish and surfaces possible with our solutions
is on a par with conventional finishing techniques.
From a cost point of view, our waterborne UV curing products
boost throughput while involving minimal or no investment in new equipment.
Also requiring less equipment than conventional solutions, they enable easier
handling; shorter curing times and can be used on existing lines with only
High-quality finish and surface resistance.
Requires minimal or no investment
No organic solvents – good for the environment
Minimize the risk of skin irritation and allergies