Lechsys Effects

Lechsys Effects is Lechler’s leading industrial special colour and coatings offer.

Lechler are our premier supply partner

We have enjoyed a successful, mutually beneficial trading relationship with Lechler Coatings for 20 years working closely together to support our customers and grow our business.


Lechsys Effects is comprised of both a water based and solvent based tinter/multi binder system, offering a vast selection of solid, metallic, pearl and xirallic colours in a variety of surface finishes, gloss levels and textures suitable for a wide and diverse number of market segments.

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Lechler are our premier supply partner.

Over 20 years working together...

Market Segments

The market segments include:

  • ​Shopfittings
  • UPVC window frames & doors
  • Internal Architectural applications
  • External Architectural applications eg cladding
  • Sports equipment eg cycle helmets & Bicycles
  • Household appliances
  • Signage
  • Props
  • Glass splash backs

Virtually any substrate can be painted using Lechsys Effects

In many cases in a direct adhesion application scenario therefore enabling product and process savings and efficiencies.
  • Plastics
  • ABS, PVC, Nylon, Perspex, Polyethylene, Vinyl, Polycarbonate
  • Metals
  • Aluminium, Galvanized, Stainless Steel, Bronze, Copper, Brass, Silver, Gold and Alloys.
  • Glass
  • Ceramics
  • Carbon fibre & composite
Choose a binder from the range of 27 options to suit the subject substrate taking into account durability requirements, aesthetic effect and commercial and environmental issues and concerns. Once the correct binder has been decided the colour can be chosen from the huge database of British Standard, RAL, NCS, Pantone, Lechler’s own chromatic colour boxes, Manufacturer & Fleet options and the finished product is ready for application when the relevant hardener and thinner is added ( if applicable)

Bespoke colours

Colours can be matched using latest digital Spectrophotometer technology.