Efficient, durable and natural: high-quality oils from ADLER
The trend for natural-looking wood in furniture and interior design has seen oiled surfaces becoming extremely popular. For a long time, oils had a reputation for being not particularly durable and also rather complicated to apply. Austria's leading manufacturer of paints and varnishes has now been able to counter these prejudices: "Our high-quality oils for industry and commerce can be applied exceptionally fast and efficiently, and at the same time they are just as durable as furniture varnishes," explains Christian Schütz, ADLER's Sales Director for the Furniture Industry.
5 Aug 2021
The best features of both varnishes and oils
ADLER's Research & Development department has succeeded in creating a real highlight with the innovative Legno Dura-Öl. This coating brings together the best features from both oils and varnishes: surfaces will look natural with an attractive grain accentuation, and when it comes to resilience, they are just as good as any contemporary furniture varnish. With its 1B durability and a high level of scratch resistance, this oil is also suitable for surfaces that are subject to heavy wear, such as tables, interior doors and kitchen units. A further plus point is the fact that the oil is also very efficient in application: Legno Dura-Öl doesn't need to be wiped down by hand and it dries fast – you can apply two coats in one day without an issue. This oil is also universal in terms of its areas of application: large surfaces can be coated using spraying equipment, and for industrial use the oil also comes in a quality suitable for roller application: Legno Dura-Öl WQ.
Gives parquet a great finish
With their Legno-Parkettöl, ADLER has added a genuine high-speed wonder to their range, ideal for manufacturers of parquet flooring: after just 10 minutes, the surface is dry, and with the use of infra-red emitters, drying time can be reduced even further, thus ensuring efficient workflows on the production line. Further plus points: the oil also has good penetration capacity and water resistance and creates an elegant, natural finish.
Nature comes out on top
Even more durable, even faster application and even more natural-looking – this can only be ADLER's Innolux Vita-Oil. This UV-cured oil is ideally suited to industrial roller application and guarantees an efficient and safe coating process. The resulting surface has a velvety feel and a natural appearance, with attractive grain accentuation and good pore wetting. Nature also comes out on top with the intrinsic values of this UV oil, as Innolux Vita-Oil contains a high percentage of renewable raw materials.
Oils for all purposes
Whatever the surface you are intending to coat: at ADLER, industrial and commercial customers will find the right oil for any area of application and any coating technique. All of our oils can be adjusted to match one another in terms of shade and grain accentuation, and the ADLER range also includes some high-quality after-care products. "With our oils, furniture and flooring manufacturers don't have to make any compromises," Christian Schütz emphasises. "We guarantee efficient, fast workflows, highly durable surfaces and an exceptionally attractive, natural-looking finish."
ADLER – paint runs through our veins
With 630 employees, ADLER is Austria's leading manufacturer of varnishes, paints and wood preservatives. Founded in 1934 by Johann Berghofer, this family business is now managed by a member of the third generation, Andrea Berghofer. Every year, 21,000 tonnes of paint leave the Schwaz plant and are delivered to customers in more than 30 countries worldwide. ADLER has sales subsidiaries in Germany, Italy, Poland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia; their sole production site is the ADLER-Werk Lackfabrik in Schwaz, Tyrol (Austria). ADLER was one of the first companies in its sector to be 100% climate-neutral (since 2018). The company has been able to reduce its carbon footprint to a minimum through a wide range of measures. ADLER offsets any unavoidable residual emissions through the purchase of recognised climate protection certificates, thereby helping to finance new climate protection projects.
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