High Gloss Lacquer
Soft, Decor, Water and
Process capable pre-treatment for optimal surface tension.
NIFCO KTW achieve with his own fluorine pre-treatment equipment on all nonpolar plastic-rawparts perfect and for a flawless finishing necessary surface tension.
This procedure have absolute no impacts for the enviroment and guaranteed best results on difficult components.
Extensive manufacturing processes like primern or flame treatment can be omit. The fluor-pre-treatment also enable unpolar parts for a optimal finishing, Fluorieranlagesuch as jamming, welding or printing.
Automatic, continuous painting
Nifco KTW has two fully automatic painting facilities where a wide range of products are coated quickly and reliably, and then tailored or finally assembled entirely according to customer specifications.
The core activity at Nifco KTW comprises finishing of diverse, geometric, visible surfaces with glossy, soft or decorative paint coats for the interior and exterior.
An electronically controlled 2-component facility with central paint supply and uniform drying via air circulation ensures high quality products with the shortest turnaround times.
In the area of manual painting, Nifco KTW furnishes the most complex geometric prototypes as well as samples and small series rapidly with a high-quality finish.
As a flexible partner, Nifco KTW collaborates here closely during all test series and sample collections with its customers, meeting all their requirements in the process.
A use of combined cabins for manual painting achieves consistently brilliant surface properties under conditions similar to those in cleanrooms.
Complex assemblies delivered “From A Single Source”
We create complex assemblies as part of our installation, and are thus able to cover the entire process chain, from sourcing to the delivery of fully installed assemblies.
- hot-driven riveting, ultrasonic and vibration welding
- prototyping and CNC milling
- automatic assembly of clips and other attachments
- pad printing
- integration and functional testing of lighting units