Liquid painting

Liquid varnishing means coating the object with a film with anticorrosive properties that ensures a high-grade finish to the product and at the same time a high resistance to chemical agents.

The yield of the two types of varnishing is, under the same conditions, almost identical. It is indeed essential to apply the paint product, be it liquid or powder, on a perfectly pre-treated surface with appropriate degreasing baths.

The main differences between powder coating and liquid varnishing therefore consists not so much in the final result, but rather in the methods of application.