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Architects are increasingly moving towards superior durability, which is why the new generation of Flex technology has even more finishes. Interpon D2525 Flex now comes in Gloss, Satin and Matt as well as Structura and has enhanced options to choose from. Available in EMEA.
Products coated with Interpon D X-Pro are also less susceptible to abrasions during handling and transportation, minimizing the need for touch-up on site. The product will ultimately be offered in two versions: standard durability Interpon D1036 and superdurable Interpon D2525 ranges in satin and matt darker colors. Available in EMEA.
By including BioCote® antimicrobial technology, Interpon D AM now brings extra functionality for architects and specifiers to a product that has a long track record of superior performance. The enhanced Interpon D AM can be used on a variety of internal and external surfaces and protects against microbes such as bacteria and mold. Available globally.
Through the innovation of printed films and sublimation technology, architects and fabricators can now realize the look and feel of nature, without taking precious resources from the environment. As an environmentally friendly alternative, Interpon D STF gives architects the design flexibility they need, providing excellent edge-coverage on conventional and multi-faceted pieces. Available in North American & Asia.
The Futura collection is third-party certified as having the lowest environmental impact throughout its lifecycle, from manufacture to application, while still retaining its superior performance. Futura is a range of super-durable products with excellent weathering durability, gloss retention and color stability compared to ‘standard’ products, so the aesthetics of a building will last longer. Available globally.
When you want a building design to be long-lasting, and remain stylish for years to come, Interpon Structura delivers. Available as a collection in the most popular RAL colors, the superdurable textured finish provides exceptional levels of gloss retention and resistance to color change. Tested against the leading industry specifications Qualicoat class 2, GSB Master, AAMA 2604, and BS EN 12206, a Structura finish gives aluminum, steel and other metals the highest levels of protection, even in the most challenging environments.
Color is back in fashion and the range of colors is growing. Colors that appear neutral at first glance but have subtle effects that complement or contrast to balance or accent other parts of the building design such as concrete and glass. Bright metallic colors. Colors that are playful. Colors that reflect cultural and social trends. Colors that support health and wellbeing. Colors that express what the architect wants to say and the legacy they want to create.
Performance is as much about how the finish looks as to whether it is functional and will scratch or lose color over time. Smooth finishes, deep matt finishes, and finishes that are ‘soft’ to the touch and super-fine are much in demand, as are those that accurately mimic natural wood, metal or stone. Special effects and metallic finishes are also helping to transform building designs, to reflect transparency and light, and create a new aesthetic.
Powder coatings have to look good, and they have to perform. Our powder coatings are especially tough and designed to protect a building through its lifetime. Durable and superdurable products and products that ‘flex’ without cracking are delivering the best of all worlds for architects and fabricators who want to combine flexibility in design with a performance that will ensure a lasting legacy. And with even lower curing temperatures, our powders can now coat an even wider range of substrates, opening a new world of design opportunities.
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