UV Coating for Wood

Get Better Finishes with UV Coating for Wood

Wood is a very porous material. When you use it to build structures or products, you need to be able to ensure it won’t rot in a short period of time. To do this, you use a coating. However, in the past, many coatings have been a problem because they release harmful chemicals into the environment. To avoid this problem, we offer UV-cured coating service to provide you with a better solution.

What Is a UV-Cured Coating?

A UV-cured coating won’t release harmful chemicals. It also provides longer protection for the wood. This type of coating can be used for a variety of products, not just wood. You can use it for metal, glass, printers, concrete, fabric and paper. There is even UV-coating for plastic. By using UV coating, you will find that you save time and money. Plus, if you are reselling products, your customers will get a better overall value, which can mean loyalty and long-term return business. If you have concerns about environmental issues with your business, the switch to UV coatings can be a great step towards becoming more environmentally friendly.

How Is it Done?

UV-coating for wood can be done in one of three ways. The general process involves using a UV light to cure or harden the coating. Pure 100 percent coatings will work on wood. The other two options include:
  • Solvent-based:
  • Provides more resistance and adhesive
  • Offers great coverage with minimal thickness and fast cure time
  • Water-based:
  • Best choice for environment as it is non-toxic option
  • Provides fast drying and easier coating for large objects
  • Great coverage and light stability

  • Find Out More

    If you are interested in our UV coating services, contact Allied PhotoChemical for more information. We can help you to figure out what option would work best for your needs and provide you the best value while also letting you get the highest quality outcome. Let us help you today by calling us at 586-232-3637.

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