LEGIPOL has been on the market since 1995. We have our own hot-dip galvanising and electrogalvanising facilities as well as a powder coating plant. In order to meet the expectations of our customers, we offer comprehensive services starting with the preparation of the surface of a component through the process of electrogalvanising or hot-dip galvanising and subsequent powder coating in a colour chosen by the customer.

We offer powder coating in two variants: Corona or Tribo. The maximum dimensions of the workpieces are 14000mm x 3000mm x 400mm (length x height x width). On request, we also offer proper preparation of the workpiece before painting. Turbine blasting ensures an evenly developed surface and the covering of holes.

We are experienced in the application of epoxy and polyester paints. We only use special, certified colours. Our standard colours are RAL 7016 and RAL 6005, but we can paint in any RAL colour due to the quick colour change.


This method offers very durable, weatherproof protection. The workpiece is immersed in a bath filled with molten zinc at a temperature of 450 °C. The metals melt at the interface between the steel and zinc, forming a resistant anti-corrosion layer. In addition, the decomposition products of the zinc form a poorly soluble and chemically resistant layer on the surface on contact with the air, which passivates the fence surface and slows down its oxidation process.

Extremely long service life
Used in combination with paint for exceptional durability
High resistance to mechanical damage
Thickness of the coating: 70μm


Galvanisation is carried out using an electrolysis process. The surface of the fence is degreased and immersed in an electrolytic bath, allowing the steel mould to be coated with a precise and smooth layer of zinc. A chromium passivation layer is also applied to the galvanised mesh panels to provide the zinc with additional protection against oxidation.

Aesthetics due to the very smooth surface
Thickness of the coating: 7μm


Thanks to electrostatics, the component to be painted is coated with a powder in the selected colour and heated to a high temperature at which the powder melts and polymerises. Unlike wet painting, powder coating does not release any harmful solvents into the atmosphere. Importantly, the powder that has not settled on the material can be reused in the next cycle. The coating is resistant to corrosion, chemicals, heat and mechanical damage.

Resistance to external weather influences
Corrosion protection while retaining colour fastness
TGIC-free coatings (triglycidyl isocyanurate)
Possibility of using an epoxy primer
Layer thickness approx. 100 µm