Induline impregnations offer protection against wood staining and wood-destroying fungi and, if necessary against insect and termite infestation. They also protect the most sensitive areas of the wood windows. Protection is the basic prerequisite for durable wood windows.
Induline primers ensure good adhesion of the subsequent coatings on the subsurface. This is a basic requirement for durable surfaces. Also, the Induline primers assume other functions depending on the required surface or type of wood.
Induline intermediate coats are applied industrially in flooding or dynflow applications and make the coating process rational. This also creates optimum moisture protection for the wood elements. There are spray grades for very good insulating effect available for professional applications, for house doors and for problematic wood.
Induline top coats are primarily responsible for the extremely long renovation intervals of our coating systems. The binding agent quantity and quality are decisive for the paint quality and therefore, also the longevity of the entire surface.
There is a growing demand - in particular for construction elements made of light wood types - to leave them looking as natural as possible. The water-based natural effect paint Induline NW-740/05 can be used as a finish on wood-alu windows, windows, conservatories and house doors made of wood.
The combination of wood and aluminium makes each window a highlight. Without the direct impact of weathering, surfaces with highly transparent finishes and the feel of elegant furniture can be created. Be it painted or in an oiled look: A special natural wood look and feel is guaranteed at all times.
Wooden house doors is the building’s calling card and is the most important architectural design element for the appearance of the façade. However, its surface is particularly exposed to every-day mechanical loads. The high-quality 1K top coats by Remmers set completely new standards here.
In this category there are supplements to the product range that can be used universally or in connection with many wood coatings ans stains.
Tested inside and out
Signed and sealed safety
The focus of the development work on the Remmers window and door coatings lies on a very high level of longevity and 100% security. We can guarantee this safety thanks to decades of experience in the market with respect to application engineering, research & development, and state-of-the-art insights in the raw materials markets.
To guarantee the performance of the Remmers coating systems in the long-term, they are regularly put through their paces by reputed institutions, who in a complex procedure, test the effectiveness, longevity and ecological safety against strict regulations.
You are always on the safe side with Remmers coating systems!
The future starts here
Competence centre wood surfaces
Competence centre wood surfaces: the future starts here
Technological leadership thanks to state-of-the-art equipment. Thanks to the technical options offered by the wood processing competence centre, we can develop product systems for the future that correspond to the wishes of our customers. In particular, the following functions are covered:
- The new Remmers competence centre in Löningen houses the most important areas of our customer-oriented work on more than 2,500 m²
- International application technology centre, customer and service centre and training centre under one roof
- Reconstruction of all customer parameters thanks to real simulation of the practical requirements with controllable climate zones
- State-of-the-art system technology with the fully automatic 6-axle paint robot with 3D part detection as a special highlight
- Accelerated development of new coating systems
- Know-how transfer in the integrated training and seminar centre
Coatings for windows and wood elements56 products found
Article No. 7220
Water-based high-build stain with very good levelling properties for windows, doors and other high-value wood elements
Article No. 7200
Water-based topcoat for windows, doors and other high-value wood elements
Article No. 3776
Water-based impregnation agent for protection against soft rot and blue stain
Article No. 3781
Water-based impregnation agent for protection against soft rot, blue stain, insects and termites
Article No. 1633
Water-based, transparent sealing filler for flow coating and dipping
Article No. 3463
Water-based intermediate and final coat for an oiled effect on dimensionally stable building elements; for immersion and flow coating
Article No. 3461
Water-based intermediate and finishing coat to create an oiled look on dimensionally stable wood building elements, applied by spraying and brushing
Article No. 7920
Water-based natural effect varnish for dimensionally stable wood building elements directly or indirectly exposed to weathering
Article No. 3056
Water-based, opaque intermediate and finishing coat applied by spraying
Support when designing new painting techniques
Customer-oriented service in all disciplines
Thanks to our many years of experience, we know that: competent support and commonly sought solutions are essential to reaching the set goals. The qualification and competence of the consultant is hugely important when looking at surface technology and application
equipment, which is why our experienced experts help you to choose products, equipment and to design the required workflows.
Support when designing new painting techniques
Are you planning to reorganise or restructure the surface treatment or application engineering areas in your company? We, and our competent application engineers, will be happy to help you select the equipment you need and design the necessary production workflows. Whilst we do not actually sell systems, we maintain excellent contact to leading system manufacturers throughout Europe. Our application engineers are able to provide valuable information that you can incorporate into your plans or investment decisions:
- This will help you to avoid costly investment mistakes and will also ensure that the workflows you plan are effective and economic!
- What worked in the past for other customers, and what didn’t?
- What systems harmonise particularly well with the Induline Premium-Coatings?
- Is it possible to take a look at similar system technology in the Remmers competence centre, or at the company of a Remmers customer or with the system manufacturer before actually making an investment decision?
Wood type: Siberian Larch
- Moderate durability
- Tendency towards moisture related movement
- Naturally occurring resins and tannins that migrate to the surface can result in some issues with the drying of coatings
- Low viscosity base coats can have difficulty absorbing into the dense surface of this timber
Wood type: Western Red Cedar
- Low density
- Ideal for cladding boards
- Does not resist physical damage and is quite brittle in thin sections
- High natural durability
- Opaque water-borne finishes can stain due to the very high water soluble extractive content, only specialist primers can stop extractives coming through paint finish
Wood type: Meranti
- Certain versions such as Dark Red Meranti show good durability and reasonable stability. If using other forms such as light red Meranti preservative treatment is necessary
- Some species of Meranti contain water-soluble extractives. On these, a stain inhibiting primer or mid coat should be used to ensure the extractives do not discolour the paint finish
- Many species contain a coarse grain structure. To avoid bubbling in the dry paint film, use a grain filling primer or mid coat
Wood type: Eucalyptus Grandis
- Good dimensional stability and durability
- A consistent supply of material with well controlled moisture content can be obtained
- Contains a coarse grain structure. To avoid bubbling in the dry paint film, use a grain filling primer or mid coat
- Lighter coloured material is not prone to excessive tannin staining
Wood type: Sapele
- Extractives in this species may discolour paint finishes and stain inhibiting primers are recommended
- There is a risk of moisture movement and twisting with this timber
- Unlike many other hardwoods this species does not have a very coarse grain structure and tends to give a smooth paint finish without the need for grain filling primers and mid coats
Wood type: Idigbo
- Very durable timber
- Does not require preservative treatment
- Idigbo contains highly water-soluble extractives which exhibit themselves as a yellow/green staining on light coloured paint finishes
- Dark tannins will leach out of the timber onto surrounding substrates such as masonry if the timber is not properly coated
- Specialist stain inhibiting primers are required when painting this species
- Dark staining can occur when ferrous fixings are used by mistake
- Coarse grain structure can cause trapped air in drying paint films leading to bubbles
Wood type: Scots Pine
- Moderate durability
- Moderate to low movement characteristics
- Low in dimensional stability and is non-durable against exterior wood rotting fungi
- The margins of live and dead knots contain extractives (tannins) that will create dark stains on light coloured paint finishes. When liquid resin diffuses through the surface coating, light coloured coatings can result in an amber/brown stain
- Target moisture content of timber prior to machining should be between 12 and 16%
Wood type: European Oak
- Excellent durability
- Prone to movement that leads to surface checks and splits
- Contains water soluble extractives which can result in staining of light coloured paint finishes. It is prudent to use stain inhibiting primers with this species
- Dark brown/black staining can occur when ferrous fixings are used by mistake
- Tannin staining at end grains under light coloured translucent finishes can be an issue
Wood type: Accoya®
- Radiata Pine is primarily used to produce Accoya®. It is a fast growing softwood species
- Known as acetylated wood. By chemically treated timber with a changed cellular composition that allows it to withstand temperature change and resist bacteria
- Extremely durable