The different lacquers are manually applied using state-of-the-art spray guns and Air-Coat equipment depending on the component’s size in order to achieve different objectives.

Every object needs to be scrutinised for its condition to allow the determination of necessary preliminary work, the appropriate lacquering process including polishing and finally to determine the suitable packaging.


Before the actual lacquering begins, a series of preparatory measures needs to be performed, depending on the object’s material and condition. We carefully prepare every single object for the lacquering, according to its specific requirements:

  • All objects are cleaned and, if multi-coloured lacquering is desired, propriately masked
  • Plastic objects are flame treated to increase the surface tension
  • Wooden objects are filled and sanded by hand or machine to even out small deformations or minimal defects
  • Metal objects are primed and filled to even out deformations


We lacquer industrial objects with state-of-the-art spray guns and Air-Coat equipment, depending on the size of the object.

The Air-Coat device is generally used for large objects. It provides time-savings since it allows for a widespread distribution of the lacquer coat.

The spray guns, on the other hand, allow the utilization of nozzles in a variety of different sizes. They are therefore mostly used for more filigree lacquering jobs.


We polish the lacquered surfaces wherever possible and reasonable, creating optimal shine.


Careful packaging is important, particularly when dealing with bulky objects – after all, we do not want the freshly applied lacquer to suffer damage during the return shipment.

We make sure that all that needs to be packaged will be packaged appropriately – with as much care as we put into lacquering it!