Wood Shades

Choice of sixteen (16) shades.
Painting & Properties of Wooden Frames OKNADOM

All wooden parts are individually stained (impregnation stage), thus achieving complete penetration at all points of an element to keep the moisture content constant and therefore the best future picture of the frames. This process prevents wood cuts, distortions, swellings, fungi, as well as the possibility of mold that can be created in hidden spots, events that we encountered in the past. The colors applied are from SIGMA | PPG , are acrylic and water-based, their coverage reaches 300microns (wet) and is 0.30mm thick, their final layer tightens during drying, protecting the final surface from the difficult weather conditions and changing it temperature. We place great weight on the final surface where the final colors are applied. In the difficult places with angles, special cutting machines ensure the necessary rounding, with the ultimate purpose of maximum coverage, finally the handmade finish gives the final texture of the wooden parts and in combination with the final painting the result speaks for itself.

RAL colour standard

RAL is a colour matching system used in Europe that is created and administrated by the German RAL gGmbH[1] (RAL non-profit LLC), which is a subsidiary of the German RAL Institute. In colloquial speech RAL refers to the RAL Classic system, mainly used for varnish and powder coating but nowadays there are reference panels for plastics as well. Approved RAL products are provided with a hologram as of early 2013 to make unauthorised versions difficult to produce. Imitations may show different hue and colour when observed under various light sources.

Natural Color System

The Natural Color System (NCS) is a proprietary perceptual color model. It is based on the color opponency hypothesis of color vision, first proposed by German physiologist Ewald Hering. The current version of the NCS was developed by the Swedish Colour Centre Foundation, from 1964 onwards. The research team consisted of Anders Hård, Lars Sivik and Gunnar Tonnquist, who in 1997 received the AIC Judd award for their work. The system is based entirely on the phenomenology of human perception and not on color mixing. It is illustrated by a color atlas, marketed by NCS Colour AB in Stockholm.