Uralac® Ultra: The finest paint finishes in construction.
Our Uralac® Ultra advanced technology for next-generation powder coatings is based on unique binder chemistry that includes tough urethane for lasting performance. And that is only half the story.
Uralac® Ultra renders the finest paint finishes through a one-layer system unique to modified and engineered wood. It delivers a wonderful glaze coat and overall texture, and enables intricate new designs for interior applications for the house – from window frames to doors. And the bright minds at Covestro are already working on exterior applications. If you are looking for the best finish, you have found the right starting point!
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Open the door to a world of finishes
"We believe that powder coating technology has reached the level of sophistication where we want to use it."
Wonderful wall finishes
"We're always looking for ways to reduce costs without impacting quality. Fortunately, these powder coatings deliver on both."
Let Uralac® Ultra give you that competitive advantage
- Design freedom Strong, seamless finish with textured or smooth appearance, and many gloss levels and colors.
- Durable Uralac® Ultra-treated products comply with key industry standard tests.
- Economical Uralac® Ultra's fully automated, 1-step, low-temperature curing finishing process saves time, labor and energy.
"There are many benefits to powder coatings. First and foremost, they are totally toxin free."
Frequently asked questions
How do we spray powder on standard 'non-conductive' MDF?
Do we require special MDF for powder coating?
Is the oven I use for powder coating metal suitable for curing MDF too?
Most conventional curing ovens are convection ovens. Best results for MDF are reached with infrared radiation (IR) ovens.
With IR ovens, the MDF's surface can be heated quickly to cure the powder coating, while its core stays relatively cool.
With convection ovens, temperatures are often too high, or the MDF's core heats up too much because of the longer period needed to reach curing temperatures.