Colours & Coatings
We offer a variety of treatments to give you choice in finishes, colours and life expectancies on timber, steel and aluminium.
Please note the colours in the attached charts may vary to actual application and change as per supplier.
Tubular steel and wrought iron finishes: Steel uses a spray on oven bake powder typically called powdercoating. Depending on the environment, type of steel used and the longevity you require, zinc coating, electroplating, hot dip galvanising, priming and powdercoating are all choices available for application onto steel. The more processes your steel uses, the more time it will take to prepare your job properly as each step requires us to monitor and clean the steel to prepare it for the next step.
Download The Dulux Powdercoat Colour Chart – PDF
Download The Interpon Powdercoatings Colour Cards - Interpon colourcard 2012
Download Interpon Care & Maintenance of Powdercoatings – PDF
Colorbond fencing and gates: Sheet metal uses an application called colorbond, a baked colour finish. The same application is used by all of the colorbond sheeting products that we know of on the market.
Download Colorbond Chart – colorbond fence colour chart
Timber treatments: For timber of any quality you will need to re-apply the coating after several years. Especially so if you choose a stain or varnish and the timber is subject to water and sun. Good quality paints that cover the timber completely, will extend the life of the timber beyond that of a clear coat, but will cover the timber grain you may want to retain. Jarrah and pine are typical strong grain timbers that look superb with a Sikkens clear finish.
Download Sikkens Brochure – PDF