• Temporary paints

      Shading paints that wear off gradually over time and do not need to be cleaned off at the end of the season. This range is designed to offer growers an effective, user-friendly solution.


      Temporary protection from light and heat for different periods of time without having to clean the paint off at the end of the season.

    • Removable paints

      Often called On/Off, these paints produce results that are stable over time until removed using the appropriate cleaning product. Combining shading and diffusion solutions, this range gives growers control over when they remove the coating.


      Removable protection against heat and light


      Removable protection from light and heat for sun-sensitive crops


      Removable protection from heat while maintaining grow-light


      Removable diffuse light with high transmission


      Removable diffuse coating with heat protection


      Cleaner to remove shading- and diffusion paints

    • Product information

      Not entirely sure which solution fits your needs best? We’ve collected some resources to help you out.

      Online Product Advice

      Get instant product advice in 5 easy steps.
      Understanding light

      Understanding light

      How do our paints influence the sunlight?

      FAQ

      Quick answers to frequently asked questions.

      How to apply Sudlac paints

      Instructions for application of our paints on your greenhouse

    • Applied on the various elements of the greenhouse structure, these solutions make it possible to maintain and protect your greenhouses from premature wear and tear.


      Corrosion protection for heating pipes


      Protects plastic film against premature wear

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History That made us what we are now

1959
Sudlac established in Grenoble
Manufacturing highly concentrated quality wall paints that are economical to use.

Old sudlac factory

1970
Production capacity increased
by moving to Echirolles on the outskirts of Grenoble (current premises).

Where Sudlac has been build

1978
Sudlac abandons solvent-based paints derived from petroleum products
to concentrate solely on water-based products.
1979
Sudlac’s first contact with the horticultural world.
A local farmer contacts Sudlac to find out whether the company has a product to remove the whitewash he has applied to his greenhouse. Sudlac develops VarioNet cleaner in response and goes on to produce its first shading paint.
1995
Evolution of Serra l’Ombre shading paint.
Sudlac develops three different temporary formulas to offer growers the protection they need.

Serra l'ombre shading paint bucket

2004
Eclipse® F-series
Temporary shading range launched to replace Serra l’Ombre.
2006
Removable shading range developed
Sudlac launches Eclipse® LD, Transpar® and Topclear.
2012
Removable diffusion range developed.
Sudlac launches Optifuse® and Optifuse® IR.
2016
Export sales department relocates to Purmerend in the Netherlands.

Sudlac office Purmerend, Netherlands

2016
Launch of Eclipse® LD² shading paint.
Specially developed in partnership with lamb’s lettuce growers to optimize crop protection.
2019
Greenhouse protection range launched.
Sudlac develops its first product line for maintaining greenhouse structures.

Solarprotect and Pipeprotect