Learning from one another eye to eye. Merger of development and practice.

Learning from one another eye to eye. Merger of development and practice.

Compared to their predecessors in terms of features and formulation, present day fillers, lacquers and paints incorporate many technologies responsible for fundamental changes in processing in many areas. Yet nonetheless – or maybe precisely for this reason – professional work is first and foremost the result of individual quality of execution. The long-term and overall visual effect is a relentless indicator whether work has been executed with awareness of overall interrelationships and with the professional assessment of risks.

Since perfect products are as impossible as perfect painters, the Jansen Campus endeavours to combine research and development and practice. Solutions to the many major and minor characteristics and pitfalls found in every project cannot be formulated unless through open dialogue.

The direct exchange of experiences allows us to align the current state of technical (laboratory) options with the status quo of concrete situations in advance and to proceed with clearly focused developments from that point onward.  

Explicit technical know-how constitutes one of the cardinal raw materials of our collective craft. And sharing will make it stronger.

You are welcome to ask questions and share your thoughts on our Facebook page so that we may learn from each other eye to eye. We are ready!