PPG Offers New Colors for Coating Architectural Aluminum

PPG Offers New Colors for Coating Architectural Aluminum

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Once reserved for commercial and industrial buildings, the use of architectural aluminum now represents one of the fastest-growing trends in both residential and commercial construction.

To meet this consumer demand, PPG (Pittsburgh, PA) has engineered PPG Coraflon Platinum powder that offers new color and design options for fabricators, builders and architects looking to create new spaces or provide high-quality refurbishments.

Coraflon Platinum powder coating offers a wide range of colors, effects and extended glosses ranges and delivers outstanding corrosion performance on aluminum in a single coat.

PPG says the coating meets FGIA/AAMA 2605-compliance standards, is backed by more than nine years of test data and has a transfer efficiency rate that is 20% higher than standard FEVE powders.

In addition to application ease that uses less overall powder and produces less waste, the coating is also specifically formulated without the following substances: Triglycidyl isocyanurate (TGIC), Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), Fluorosurfactants, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) and substances of concern.

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