INDUSTRIAL COATING OF WINDOWS, WINDOW SHUTTERS, CONSERVATORIES AND DOORS
An ocean of possibilities: Custom-made coating solutions for every type of need
When it comes to coating windows and doors, our experience speaks for itself. We have one of the broadest product portfolios on the market for wood, aluminium, plastic or composite materials. Our solutions are compatible with environmental directives and provide high quality coatings suitable for state-of-the-art industrial production processes.
We have an extensive range of high quality translucent shades for softwood, hardwood and modified wood types. Our coatings can also help you to control the properties of certain wood types. From discolouration due to knots in softwood to water-soluble substances in hardwood, we have a range of primers to suit your needs.
We have a wide selection of opaque coatings for softwood, hardwood or modified wood types (such as Accoya® or thermally treated wood) and one of the largest opaque colour ranges available. All our coatings have been designed to meet a wide range of application processes from spray, dip tank, flow coat or brush application.
The coating system which can be applied on wooden windows and doors, planned cladding etc. made of pine, spruce or larch wood provides strong protection against UV radiation and minimises the yellowing of the wood.
Whether you want an opaque, translucent or even colourless finish, we have the right coating solution for wood/aluminium windows, including wood preservative and blue stain protection primers.
We have decades of experience with metal powder coatings. Our high quality powder solutions offer exceptional properties such as scratch resistant and anti-corrosive technology for aluminium window profiles. The effective application process required for powder coatings also enables you to minimise product waste.
More about exterior coating solutions for windows and doors. Discover more about our finishes and colours, how our coatings perform and which coating systems are recommended for non-wood substrates like Accoya, Tricoya, PVC and GRP.
As a global company, Teknos is helping our customer Qvesarum to manufacture and sell in different continents, while still supporting their teams locally.
Klas1-Yhtiöt Oy is all set to ride the trend in the windows business. The company's windows come with a range of structural and technical solutions while not overlooking aesthetic values.
Dougall Flooring Ltd. based in Kingston (Jamaica) builds windows and doors for dream villas along the Caribbean coast and relies on coatings from Teknos.
Traditionally made sash windows are as typical for the British window market as is the early adoption of Accoya. Two examples show that Teknos UK is successful in both fields.
Coating solutions for Accoya and Tricoya wood, suitable for windows, doors and cladding in all climates.
Highly weather resistant, lightfast and quick-drying, the 2-component water-borne polyurethane coating HYDROPUR 2K COLOR is a single-layer coating for uPVC windows and doors.
A new coating for PVC windows and GRP exterior doors has been launched. Fast-drying with excellent blocking properties HYDROPUR 2K COLOR 7515 is a coloured, water-borne industrial coating with high performance.
Which is the best coating system to use? Our coating recommendations provide an initial pointer. In this article: Opaque coatings for wooden windows.
Dark painted wood surfaces heat up excessively when exposed to the sun. Special pigments offered by Teknos as an optional extra counteract this phenomenon.
Which is the best coating system to use? Our coating recommendations provide an initial pointer. In this article: translucent coatings for wooden windows.
Sachsenfenster GmbH & Co. KG in Rammenau near Dresden has successfully relied on Teknos coating systems for over 20 years.
The innovative House of Logistics and Mobility (HOLM) at Frankfurt Airport was made with wood/aluminum windows from Unilux - coated with Teknos.
Thanks to its striking grain, larch wood is popular for windows, exterior doors, and façade cladding. However, many manufacturers have had negative experiences with sagging, and cracking of the coatingfilm during application