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Varnishing

Akces-Bis

The varnishing technology adopted by company "AKCES-BIS" allows directly painting very many types of materials and their vacuum sputtering. Automatic, computer-aided process, utilization of a wide range of specialized devices as well as modern solutions in the field of drying of varnished details ensure achieving perfect layers, incredible repeatability of rendition whilst increasing the capacity.The concept of our compact spray paint shop is characterized by the highest rate of automation and the best solutions, and its greatest advantages are: quick color changes, economy and environmentally-friendly technology, each, even the smallest varnished detail is subjected to the surface preparation process (e.g. cleaning, degreasing and drying), thanks to utilizing appropriate equipment for discharging electrostatic charges we get rid of all pollutants, and proper packing eliminates the risk of damaging the ready goods. Each element, before coming out of the paint shop, is controlled in detail.


Depending on the needs, we can use single- and double-element paints in colors chosen by our customers from the RAL palette or on the customer's individual request. The quality of the utilized varnishes is guaranteed and confirmed by their producers, well-known and renowned European manufacturers. To each varnished batch (upon the customer's request) we additionally attach a declaration of conformity, technical specifications and hygienic attestation for the materials used in the process of placement of the complete varnish layer. Our capabilities are nearly unlimited and the nice and aesthetical final product is its perfect confirmation.

At present company "AKCETS BIS" is finalizing an innovative investment undertaking based on implementation of innovative technology of placing high-quality varnish layers in the system of drum weight-controlled varnish spraying.Based on our knowledge we can conclude that it will be an incredibly modern technological solution, first such device used in Poland and one of the few in Europe.