The correct way to specify powder coating on commercial projects
Already an environmentally friendly finishing process, carbon reductions can be made through efficiencies in energy usage, product packaging
and transport. more
As more CPD and training information appears online, the association now offers a diary of events given by its members.
QUALICOAT UK & Ireland with offices based in the Midlands is the National Association for QUALICOAT approved companies. QUALICOAT is a global quality label organisation committed to maintaining and promoting the quality of lacquering, painting and coating on aluminium and its alloys for architectural applications.
Please browse our website and should you have any questions about architectural powder coatings and the correct specification, please contact one of our local members or phone our office on the number below.
QUALICOAT UK & Ireland Chairman
Guide to coastal use of QUALICOAT finishes
Alternative conversion coating processes under EN12206-1 (2004)
With the extensive research completed by the QUALICOAT membership it is now recognised that the alloy makeup can effect the extended life expectancy of the powder coating. more
There has been a great deal of discussion that has taken place of late over the combustibility of the external envelope of some of our high-rise dwellings. more
Members of the Association met online at the end of June to discuss Association business and to review technical issues that face the Industry. more
Powder coatings that contain more that 1% titanium dioxide will have to carry new warning labelling due to a change in classification. more
It is critical to clean the final joint as soon as possible, as any adhesive left on the coated surface can damage the powder coat finish, or set and become impossible to remove. more
The QUALICOAT Standard for architectural powder coating is possibly one of the only quality standards applicable across the globe which is revised several times a year. more