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If a building is to stand the test of time, it needs to be protected against the adverse effects of weathering, corrosion, chemicals and abrasion. Our new white paper outlines the powder coating solutions available to deliver enhanced durability, as well as the advanced testing, internationally recognized certifications, and industry leading warranties your building needs to last long into the future.
Highly durable powder coatings provide part of the answer to a more sustainable built environment by enabling buildings to ‘last’ and therefore reducing waste. And since superdurable and hyperdurable powder coatings require less maintenance, and therefore fewer chemicals and less water and energy to clean, there are more subtle ways that durability is supporting the sustainability agenda.
Weathering and corrosion, the result of the environment in which your building stands, are important consideration when choosing the level of durability. So too the substrate material. With so many variables, there is no one size fits all approach. That’s why Interpon has developed standard durable, superdurable and hyperdurable powder coatings to provide varying levels of exceptional protection and longevity to suit all different environments.
Interpon powder coatings are driving innovations to create a greener future. From Interpon D STF and Stone Effect which create the look and feel of wood and stone without extracting our precious resources, to Interpon’s Collection of Eternity which minimizes energy consumption by keeping surfaces cooler, Interpon products are providing durability in building design, as well as sustainable solutions for a greener tomorrow.
Interpon powder coatings are backed by industry-leading warranties of anything up to 30 years, providing the protection buildings need to stand the test of time. Tested to the highest standards and backed by internationally recognized certifications such as AAMA, Qualicoat, and GSB, our architectural range is redefining the way the architects see, experience and use powder coatings.
We create to international standards, certifications, and build industry-acknowledged initiatives to make the world a greener and more sustainable place to live.
As a company, AkzoNobel aims to integrate sustainability into everything we do. We strive to lead our industry by pioneering a world of possibilities by empowering people, reducing our impact on the planet and consistently innovating to deliver the most sustainable solutions for our customers. That’s why we call our approach to sustainable business People. Planet. Paint.
Interpon D comes in a huge palette of colors, textures and finishes with class-leading performance in durability, with industry-leading warranties, superdurable and hyperdurable coatings last the lifetime of a building. Add the development of powder coatings that can absorb or reflect heat, requiring less energy to heat/cool a building, and with technology that now allows curing at lower temperatures, Interpon is delivering a performance that takes ‘green’ to another level.
An EPD is an independently verified analysis of a product’s impact on the environment throughout its lifetime, from initial manufacture to its end-of-life disposal or recycling. Interpon D is the first range of powder coating in the world to be EPD verified. Discover more about our market-leading Interpon D product range and review the EPD, and more on the EPD and the Interpon Climate declaration.
A ‘green’ building as defined by the World Green Building Council is a building that, in its design, construction or operation, reduces or eliminates negative impacts, and can create positive impacts, on our climate and natural environment. Green buildings preserve precious natural resources and improve our quality of life. How a building’s green credentials are measured are framed by recognized global initiatives.
Various international organizations are active in certifying green buildings such as LEED and BREEAM. They guarantee the sustainability credentials of a building or the products used.
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