Mayer Laser & Sheet Metal Technology has modern and generously designed sandblasting, wet painting and powder coating facilities for components up to 6,000 x 2,500 x 2,500 mm. In addition to resistant offshore coatings, we also offer customized coatings in 1-, 2- or 3-coat structures. Ecology and cost-efficient handling are our top priorities. In order to be able to respond optimally to every customer inquiry and every environmental requirement, we also offer classic wet painting in addition to cost-efficient powder coating.
Powder coating or powder painting is a coating process in which an electrically conductive material is coated with powder paint. Our coating line consists of surface pretreatment (cleaning and/or application of a conversion coating), intermediate drying, electrostatic coating zone and dryer.
Common substrates for powder coating are steel, galvanized steel and aluminum. The powder coating layers produced typically have layer thicknesses between 60 and 120 μm. Depending on the application and surface finish, however, the coating thickness can also be above or below this range.
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Project ID: GINOP-4.1.4-19-2019-00332
Beneficiary’s name: “Mayer Ipari és Kereskedelmi” Betéti Társaság
Subsidy amount: 37 354 879 HUF
Subsidy rate: 55 %
As part of SolaA development, a solar system will be installed on the building of production of the Kisfalud headquarters of the company. The implementation of the investment is carried out during the period of 1/5/2020 and 30/4/2022.
A solar system with a capacity of 251,6 KWP will be installed in the course of the project. The system consists of 3 inverters type Huawei SUN2000-50KTL, 1 inverter type Huawei SUN2000-60KTL and 553 pieces of monocrystalline solar cell modules type Longi 455. Aerofix support system will ensure fixing of the solar panels on the flat roof. The system also includes properly sized Ac and DC control cabinets, solar cabling, and solar connectors.
Project completion: July 30, 2022