coating sector

Coating between art & protection.

The strategic use of papers in painting improves precision, protects unaffected surfaces and simplifies post-painting cleaning operations.


Painting between art and protection

The coating sector is an industrial field that deals with the application of protective and decorative coatings on a wide range of surfaces. This includes not only the walls of our homes but also the metal surfaces, cars, furniture, and many other objects that surround us on a daily basis.

Painting protects surfaces from corrosion, wear, and environmental deterioration caused by atmospheric elements. At the same time, it offers an opportunity to express creativity through a wide range of colors and finishes.

A variety of coating types are used in this industry, including acrylic, latex, enamel, epoxy, and polyurethane. Each of these paints is designed to suit specific needs, ensuring strength and durability.

Painting can be accomplished through several processes, including spraying, brushing, or dipping. These processes vary based on the type of surface and the technical specifications required for the project.

With a growing focus on sustainability, the sector is developing paints with low environmental impact, reducing solvent content, and adopting eco-friendly processes.

In the coating sector, the use of papers plays a fundamental role, offering a practical and versatile solution during the preparation and application phases of paints. These specialized sheets of paper are designed to improve the accuracy of the process and protect unwanted areas, ensuring flawless results.

Our papers are used to mask and protect areas that should not be painted. This includes edges, frames, glass, and other delicate surfaces. The careful use of papers avoids unwanted smudges and ensures clean and defined lines.

Our products are also used to capture any excess paint drops, thus avoiding unwanted stains and simplifying subsequent cleaning. Our paint papers are adaptable to a variety of surfaces, including metals, woods, plastics, and glass. Their versatility makes them an indispensable tool in various sectors, from carpentry to the automotive industry.