Powder coated


Dry powdered paint is electrostatically charged and sprayed onto the object

Warm white

RAL 9010 – Structured or matt finish

Light grey

RAL 7035 – Structured or matt finish


RAL 7006 – Structured or matt finish


RAL 7039 – Structured or matt finish


RAL 9005 – Structured or matt finish

Characteristics & Maintenace

Powder-coating is a technique where dry powdered paint is electrostatically charged and sprayed onto the object, to then melt in an oven and coalesce into a continuous film that covers the object.

Steel has a very high tensile strength and is an alloy of iron and carbon. Naturally it looks grey like the picture on the right.

  • Indoor usage when the standard powder coating is applied
  • Outdoor usage when the optional zinc coating is applied by hydrodynamic painting before the powder coating is applied.

Use a sponge and water or a multicleaner – common kitchen cleaning product, no aggressive product to remove stains, fingerprints or dirt. You can use a soft cloth, microfibre cloth or soft brush as well but do not rub too hard or too long.

The impact of sharp objects can damage the coating. Small visible damages can be touched up with our paint solutions from our partners. Contact us or your nearest ambassador for further assistance.