The following documents is to help understand the types of lacquer commonly used in the dislay fixtures showcases. If you have any questions regarding a specific materials listed or have an alternative design you'd like to have quoted, please contact us for more information.
We used fast drying lacquer with high coverage and filling properties for professional use. To treat surfaces, treated and untreated, of wood, metal, glass, stone and various types of MDF. The lacquer has a lasting gloss and colour, is scratch free and shock proof and is rust preventive. Furniture lacquer is non-fading and UV resistant and resistant to weather influences. Also understanding how color palettes work is a fundamental element of any project, particularly in interior design and the more commonly used color systems are RAL and Pantone.
The RAL color system is used mainly for lacquer coating. It is the go-to system when you're designing physical products that need to be coated. When talking about RAL colors it is the RAL classic system we are referring to. Pantone is known worldwide as the standard for color communication in the printing world. The system was initially designed for the graphics industry, but it has also proven useful across a surprising range of industries.
Types of Paint Finishes
Paint sheen means the level of glossiness in paint. Within the our interior paint family, finishes fall into six basic categories. While subjective, we attempt to describe the feel of the paint as much as its look.
A clear lacquer can be used on a wood veneer surface, you can employ a shiny colored lacquer to display cases more noticeable, or you can employ a antiqued lacquer to make display cases have a classical effect.
Wood Veneer Lacquer
Gold & Sliver-Foil