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Decoral Systems provides the raw materials for sublimation and heat-transfer coating processes on metal objects. The base powders for sublimation process are mainly constituted by polyurethane resins and heat-transfer materials are polyester films. Many types of patterns are available to be printed, including wood grain, fancy patterns, marble or granite patterns.
The sublimation process begins after powder coating the metal part, the inks from the heat-transfer film, by a minimum 200°c temperature, are transferred into the base powder layer, obtaining the required final effect. The final shape of the metal object remains unchanged. Finishes are available as rough or smooth, glossy or matt, as required.
The final product could have also anti-bacterial and flame retardant properties. The materials are suitable for both interior and exterior applications.
Powders certified: Qualicoat, GSB, AAMA, RINA
Products certified: Qualideco, Quality Decoral Gold, Quality Decoral Silver