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.
After conducting research by preparing delicate omelets and crepes, a team from The New York Times recently compiled a list of the best nonstick pans based on their cooking experience. Pans protected with PPG ETERNA® and PPG ECLIPSE® nonstick coatings dominated the competition and were named the top three best in class.
Two PPG industry experts, Courtney Jungjohann Deemer, powder coatings business director, and Shelley Verdun, powder coatings business manager, Americas, were recently guests on a podcast to talk about all things powder coatings.
PPG industrial coatings is excited to announce the launch of ENVIROCRON® P4 Series, our latest powder technology that offers high-quality, matte and fine texture finishes for a variety of applications.
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.
The North Sea, "the shallow, northeastern arm of the Atlantic Ocean, located between the British Isles and the mainland of northwestern Europe," is one of the world's most dangerous seas with punishing weather that often batters vessels attempting to navigate its waters.
With a mission to protect and beautify the world, PPG is continually developing smarter solutions that keep us at the forefront of product compliance, sustainability and innovation.
Used on millions of consumer electronics, PPG's high-performance coatings are trusted by the world's top electronics brands. From laptops and phones to vacuums and fans, you will find our transparent coatings on the things you touch every day in your home or at work.