As one of the world's largest coatings companies, PPG helps to protect thousands of items that we use every day, including bicycles made by some of the leading OEMs in the industry. But our transportation solutions for the global bike market go far beyond the surface of the frame.
With increasing frequency, manufacturers are switching to powder coatings for their advantages, including solvent-free formulation, enhanced durability and high transfer efficiency.
For centuries, copper pots and pans have set the standard for distinctive beauty and exceptional heat performance. But innovations in coatings for cookware are bringing new alternatives to the kitchen that rival the benefits of copper, without the high price tag and maintenance challenges.
To say that somebody has an ocean of knowledge is truer than you may think for some of our colleagues. It's time to meet Gareth Berry, our European market specialist, Industrial Coatings, based in the UK.
Travel to any major city around the world and chances are good that you’ll find a landmark protected by PPG DURANAR™ coatings. From the Empire State Building in New York City to the Pyramid at the Louvre in Paris, PPG Duranar has been the leading choice to protect and enhance architectural metal for over 50 years.
Once reserved for commercial and industrial buildings, the use of architectural aluminum now represents one of the fastest growing trends in new home construction and remodeling.
At PPG, we believe that color is more than a design aesthetic. Color impacts creativity and has a strong psychological effect. As a company with years of experience in color development, we understand the powerful influence that color can have on our surroundings, and throughout our daily lives, with its potential to transform emotions and behaviors.
While renowned for toughness and durability over thinner metals, powder coatings have traditionally worked less reliably on substrates with a tendency to warp like wood, as well as dense and oversized metal items that are difficult to bring up to uniform temperature. But new low-cure solutions are changing that.