New UV Sealer Technology

The Resysta Sealers has been developed to protect the material against stains, contamination and also mechanical stress.

After the panels are dyed (Resysta color concept) and dried, the varnish is applied on the planks and cured under UV light in our strictly controlled factory. See the hole coating process here

So protected surfaces can be cleaned very easily under running water or with a soft brush without leaving any marks.

Best quality sealer for the best wood composite material

In regular intervals we check whether the lacquering peels off or is scratch-resistant with the different production batches.

Due to our continuous quality checks, we can ensure that you get decking or facade panel which are extremely resilient and nearly last forever.

Resysta 2K Sealer RFS10

RSI30 Resysta UV sealer

In the following you can see the results of our test with rotating rubber wheels and tips:

Test Condition

Substrate Resysta Decking
Conditioning 7 days at room temperature
Clear Sealer coat 1: Resysta UV Sealer RSI30
Clear Sealer coat 2: Resysta 2K Sealer RFS10

Procedure and Results

EN ISO 7784-2 Determination of abrasion resistance Part 2: Procedure with rotating rubber wheels

EN ISO 7784-2 Determination of abrasion resistance Part 2: Procedure with rotating rubber wheels

Comparison of scratch resistance

Coating structure No.1: RSI30 Sealer Loss of mass: 18,5mg
Coating structure No.2: RFS10 Sealer Loss of mass: 33,4mg
Coating structure No.1 PL
Beginning of substrate exposure after 1000 cycles
Coating structure No. 2: Competitor After 500 cycles clear exposure of substrate
Coating structure No. 1 PL Cracking of coated surface at ≥ 6N
Coating structure No.2 Competitor Cracking of coated surface at ≥ 3N

Determination of mass loss

Test device: Taber Abrasion tester (Erichsen Mod. 5130)

Rubber wheels CS10, load 1,0 Kg, 500 cycles

Determination of the number of cycles for abrasion through to substrate

Test device: Taber Abrasion tester (Erichsen Mod. 5130),

Rubber wheels: CS10, load 1,0 Kg

Determination oft the load that does not cause a cracking of the coated surface.

Test device: Erichsen Sratch hardness tester Mod. 413 Diamond test tip acc. to DIN EN 438-2 und ISO 4586-2 Load starting with 7N increasing to 2N

Coating structure No.1: RSI30 Sealer Loss of mass: 18,5mg

Coating structure No.2: RFS10 Sealer Loss of mass: 33,4mg

Coating structure No.1 PL
Beginning of substrate exposure after 1000 cycles

Coating structure No. 2: Competitor After 500 cycles clear exposure of substrate

Coating structure No. 1 PL Cracking of coated surface at ≥ 6N

Coating structure No.2 Competitor Cracking of coated surface at ≥ 3N

Final Result

All three tests show that the RSI30 UV coated Sealer substructure has much higher wear and scratch resistance compared to the RFS10 2K Sealer.
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