‘Flow Coating’ is ideal for coating items with complex geometrical structures. This technology provides a number of interesting benefits when compared to other coating technologies.

Functional surfaces add value to products, making them more competitive. These surfaces can be achieved with coatings, by applying structures or by a combination of both techniques. There are a huge amount of options. Sirris shows you this potential in a new e-book that is now ready for you to download.

New developments arise from the demand for sustainable, more qualitative coatings which combine functionalities. The use of new materials in different sectors and stricter regulations in terms of the use of harmful substances, make it necessary for coating and paint manufacturers to regularly adjust their formulas. In order to correctly evaluate newly developed compositions, it is essential to test them by means of methods which both focus on the coating and on the substrate.

Before coating a substrate, it is treated through manual cleaning, sanding, surface activation. Let’s look at the possibilities.

Wet-chemical drum coating is a new way of coating that is particularly well suited to large volumes of small parts. It allows these parts to be coated efficiently and cost-effectively. We will introduce you to the technology involved and the possibilities it opens up.

There is so much you can achieve with coated surfaces. They add value to products, making them more competitive. Through a series of cases based on the needs of different sectors, Sirris will give you an idea about their potential. This blog post will look in more detail at the possibilities for production processes in the food industry.

There is so much you can achieve with coated surfaces. They add value to products, making them more competitive. Through a series of cases based on the needs of different sectors, Sirris will give you an idea about their potential. This blog post will look in more detail at the possibilities for food packaging materials.

There is so much you can achieve with coated surfaces. They add value to products, making them more competitive. Through a series of cases based on the needs of different sectors, Sirris will give you an idea about their potential. The second blog discusses how coating can help to cope with wear of components in the manufacturing industry.

There is so much you can achieve with structured surfaces. They add value to products, making them more competitive. Through a series of cases based on the needs of different sectors, Sirris will give you an idea about their potential. In the first one we will discuss how textures can help to cope with wear of components in the manufacturing industry.

Hydrophobic plastic surfaces, metal surfaces with controlled wetting properties, more wear-resistant machine parts ... the options are endless with structured surfaces. They provide added value to products, making them more competitive. Through a series of cases based on the needs of different sectors, Sirris will show you the potential.