When you see lacquered surfaces and are in doubt about the type of material, a question often arises: can aluminium sheet be painted? The answer is yes; coating is one of the treatments that can be applied to aluminium. So, it’s probable that the lacquered material identified is really painted aluminium. In fact, it’s particularly required for its resistance to corrosion and for its flexibility. In particular, you can use coated aluminium in various sectors: you can simply have it at home as food trays; or fixtures, furniture, tables or chairs. In recent years it’s particularly in demand in Interior Design and beyond.
Aluminium Exterior Paint
Generally speaking, painted aluminium is used in the construction market for both interior and exterior design. At the basis of the growing use of this material in this sector there are some factors including the increase in demand for ecological and durable materials and technological progress in the field of manufacturing aluminium products. Furthermore, this material is not affected by temperature changes, is resistant to rust and is almost completely immune to salty air. An equally important element is the high aesthetic potential which is particularly improved with a specific lacquer.
Painted aluminium: colours
Painted aluminium can be coated with various lacquers of different colours. There are six shades most commonly used for exteriors: black, green, yellow, blue (sky), red and white; orange. Italcoat, a company that manufactures coated rolled aluminium products for various sectors, can supply aluminium sheet for the food&beverage and pharmaceutical markets, in several colours. For other markets such as HVAC-R, on the other hand, it can supply lacquered aluminium in a blue or golden shades, based on the characteristics of the paints.