Leading Australian manufacturer of innovative architectural aluminium finishes and building systems, DECO announces the launch of a new industrial wing for speciality finishes. Following the acquisition of the former Impreglon Australia machines and premises in Minto NSW, DECO has now expanded their product portfolio to offer a wide range of industrial finishes, including anodising, glass bead blasting and other finishes, which can increase the lifespan and aesthetic appeal of industrial parts and components.
DECO is now divided into five business units operating under two banners: DECO Architectural covers powder coating and imaging, and architectural products, and DECO Industrial focusses on anodising, glass bead blasting and speciality finishing. The restructured business now offers vast new potential for DECO’s protective coatings and finishing services.
Offering an array of new speciality finishes, DECO Industrial provides specialist surface technology solutions for a broad range of industry needs, backed by the same friendly and reliable service customers have come to expect from DECO Architectural over the years.
The new Industrial arm signifies an exciting change for DECO’s architectural applications. Through DECO Industrial, the company has acquired their own in-house powder coating line, which now fits under the Architectural umbrella. DECO will now be able to offer – in addition to their well-known Super Durable DecoWood, DecoArt and DecpSplash powder coating products – a large new range of plain colours and textured finishes from Dulux and Interpon’s quality powder ranges.
DECO also offers unique visual and durable solutions using Duplex coatings, such as the Nucotec coating, a special combination of hard anodising and e-coating developed for the chic modern façade of the Tai Kwun Arts Precinct in Hong Kong.