Painting of your vehicle

Steur has 9 modern spray booths
the largest of which is no less than 38 metres long.

Because we have 9 spray booths, we can guarantee a fast turnaround time. All rooms are closed and equipped with modern extraction systems. This ensures that the vehicles and parts are sprayed dust and dirt-free. This ensures a tighter and more professional result.

Application of the undercoat

After your vehicle has been completely pasted by the pre-painting department, it will be given a primer coat.

For this, Steur only uses high-quality chromate-free two-component epoxy primers. Depending on the material your vehicle is made of, we apply one or two layers of primer.

The application of a good primer ensures that the final paint layer adheres better and looks better.
The quality primers that Steur uses also ensure optimum protection of the underbody against rust.


Painting your vehicle

After the primer has been applied, your vehicle will receive its final colour.

Depending on what you want, you can choose from different paint systems with different degrees of protection and, of course, the colour that you want your vehicle to be.

If you have additional protection requirements for the paintwork, we will ensure that your vehicle is provided with the correct protection class.

We can apply wetpaints in any desired colour.


Paint system requirements

Depending on where you use your vehicle, you can choose from different classes of protection. These range from C1 (very clean) to C5 (heavily soiled). For vehicles we recommend (depending on where your vehicle operates) the C3 to C5 class:

  • C3: Industrial and urban atmosphere with average sulphur dioxide pollution. Areas close to the coast with low salt content
  • C4: Industrial areas and areas close to the coast with medium salinity
  • C5: Industrial areas with high moisture content and aggressive atmosphere

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Wet-painting is the application of one or more coats of liquid lacquer. Other names for this system are spraying, preservation, coating and paint application.

In this process, a solvent-based paint system is applied. After this, time is needed to get rid of the solvent (e.g. water). The remaining components form the final paint layer. At Steur we can speed up the process by increasing the temperature in our spray booths, so that the solvent evaporates more quickly.

Steur applies the paint with a paint sprayer. The paint is applied under high or low air pressure (depending on the type of paint) to your vehicle, equipment or other parts.

Steur uses painting methods that burden the environment as little as possible.



There are many different types of wet painting. There are also different curing methods that we use to achieve the best result for your vehicle, object or machine.

Air drying: we allow the paint on your vehicle to cure by air at room temperature.

Stoving: we speed up the process by increasing the temperature in the spray cabin to 60 degrees Celsius. This causes the paint to dry faster.

Multi-component paints: we use a paint that consists of several components: a paint and a hardener.
The hardener triggers a chemical reaction that hardens the lacquer layer.

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