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Salt chamber tests 300h

When painting surfaces, many mistakes can be made in both the preparation of the metal surface to be painted and the application of the paint. As a result, the paint film is not perfectly smooth and even, and it degrades or chips quickly. What can be done to avoid mistakes?

Presentation of Kairos - Wagner 2024

We are making available the presentation Kairos Polska showed at the 18th Wagner Powder and Liquid Coating Symposium. In our presentation, we posited the thesis that 2=10. Reducing the operating temperature of a water bath from 45-50°C to 25-27°C translates into a 10x decrease in energy consumption for heating the bath. In the presentation, we provide evidence for the thesis.

Salt chamber tests

When painting surfaces, many mistakes can be made in both the preparation of the metal surface to be painted and the application of the paint. As a result, the paint film is not perfectly smooth and even, and it degrades or chips quickly. What can be done to avoid mistakes?

Packard renovation next stage

If you've been following our company blog you'll remember that not too long ago we wrote about a part-industry and long-term project that we've had the pleasure of looking into for some time now. We are referring to the restoration of a 1934 Packard Twelve Club Sedan 1107 car.

How to reduce energy costs in the paint shop?

A huge amount of electricity is used in industry. It is used to power plant and machinery and, in paint shops, to prepare water baths and dry parts before and after painting. Due to rising energy prices, we are seeing a very strong trend among entrepreneurs to optimise the costs of running powder coating plants. Equally important is the environmental aspect of the search for savings in energy consumption. Kairo-SURF technology can reduce the costs of paint lines by up to 40%.

Comparison of Kairo-SURF and phosphating technologies

History knows of many instances where excellent, innovative technologies have languished forgotten in drawers and laboratories. It was the case with the first electric cars, which were developed in the 19th century, and it was the case with Damascus steel, the ability to manufacture which disappeared after the 17th century. One of the more common reasons for this is a lack of willingness to learn about novelty. Meanwhile, a modern approach to the classics generates savings and gives you a competitive edge. It is no different with our most innovative product Kairo-SURF.