New Products :
Launched in 2007:
ZETACLAD: Combined organic resins with ceramic nanoparticles give high levels of decoration with outstanding hardness and resistance to abrasion The ZETACLAD 6000 grade based on the HSR415 resin system gives a non-yellowing, optically clear coating with an indentation hardness in the region of metals such as brass and steel.

Launched in 2007:
NSMATT: Single-pack nanocomposite process giving unique matt and satin effects without the settlement or shelving effects typical of conventional matted electrophoretic systems.

Launched in 2007:
UVICLAD: UV curing process for applications requiring processing below 100C. Plated ABS plastic is an example.

Launched in 2007:
ULTEC: “Ultra Low” thermal cure resin systems for applications with limited temperature resistance. Good chemical resistance in the 105C to 130C region. The premium 3001 grade gives 4 cycles of ANSI/BHMA perspiration resistance.

Launched in 2003:
CLEARCLAD LC408: Highest gloss, flow and transparency together with hardware performance in a non-yellowing resin system able to cure from 120C to 190C. Very low maintenance operation.

DV 501 LC Black (Automotive E-Coats) : It is a mild steel coating for automotive parts and suitable for corrosion protection of phosphated mild steel. It has good resistance to chemicals and UV light. It has good corrosion protection over a wide variety of metals.

CLEARCLAD ANODIC HP RESIN (Architectural Aluminium Extrusion)
This is primarily designed for coating aluminium. The advantage of anodic electropaint coating of aluminium is a fine anodized layer is created prior to the deposition of the paint, which creates a firm mechanical bond between the aluminium and the paint, thus imparting excellent physical properties in addition to high resistance to corrosion.

LECTRASEAL : It is a combination of all the advantages of anodic electropaint technology with the outstanding chemical resistance, high build capability to confer wear resistance and excellent weather properties due to high degree of UV resistance.

LCX TEKTOR : PTFE, MOS2 and BN are added individually or in combination to standard cathodic or anodic resin systems to give dry film lubrication and very high wear resistance. It has a low coefficient of friction, both static and dynamic. It is non sticky with PTFE, has an increase in rubbing wear resistance. It is used as a medium for the incorporation of PTFE dry lubricant into cathodic CLEAR resin concentrates. It is very highly electrical resistant and can be converted to have the dry film lubrication.

LECTRABOND : Fasteners, screws and bolts. It is used in mass finishing of fasteners, screw & bolts and other small components. It is environmental friendly water based system, formulated to be applied using electrophoretic barreling technology. It has good edge coverage , better corrosion resistance and less wastage of paints.

LECTROBASE : Electroconductive surface for mobile phones. It produces a cured, but electrically conductive coating. It can be over-coated with cathodic or anodic electrocoat. It gives better coverage and corrosion protection, when coated with extra thickness. The two layer coating enables true pearlescent effects. It can be used as a single layer coating for electrical grounding.