Kersten Kunststofcoating BV

We have been applying plastic coatings to metals since 1967. We use thermal processes to apply these coatings at our production locations in Brummen (NL) and Kahla (D). We heat the components that are to be coated in indirectly heated furnaces and then apply coatings using fluidized beds, electrostatic powder coating and rotomoulding. Kersten Kunststofcoating provides solutions including corrosion protection, wear resistance, flexibility or coatings that are certified by Kiwa, DVGW/KTW, WICS and for foodstuffs. For this we use products such as Rilsan, Resicoat, Abcite and various fluoropolymers. Our customers are largely in the drinking water production, process and chemicals, mechanical engineering and pharmaceuticals sectors.

Company details

Postbus 40 , Brummen , 6970 AA Netherlands

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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Plastics & Resins
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
1967

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Kersten Kunststofcoating is a family business. We have been applying coatings to metals since 1967. We started in Eerbeek (NL), but moved to Brummen (NL) a couple of years later. We built a second new location in Kahla (Thüringen, eastern Germany) in 1995 so that we could provide better service for our customers over the border.

Environmentally aware production processes

We are aware of our social responsibilities. That’s why we will help you make your business operations more sustainable where possible. When we expanded our Dutch production site, we built a cleaning system to provide an environmentally friendly way of removing old coatings, for example. In addition, Rilsan®, one of our most widely used plastic powder coatings, is made from plant-based castor oil. On top of that, we do not use solvents in our production processes and we reuse the plastic caps of pipe elements.

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