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  • Description

    Three coat spray-applied solventborne fluoropolymer coating system. Designed for post forming operations for a wide variety of end uses.

  • Chemistry

    Fluoropolymer (70% PVDF + 30% Acrylic)

  • Application


  • Benefits

    • Additional clearcoat layer provides outstanding gloss and color retention
    • Clearcoat is compatible with a wide palette of metallic and solid color options with custom color matching capability
    • Wide gloss range capability
    • Exceptional film integrity, color fade, chalk resistance
    • Strong corrosion resistance
    • Flexible coating system
  • Suggested End Uses

    • Building panels
    • High-end storefronts
    • Curtain walls
    • Monumental architectural applications
    • Aluminum and accent trim
    • Plate aluminum

Product Characteristics

*The range of color availability will vary depending upon exposure requirements and architect specifications
Color White, black and a full range of colors including metallics and pearlescents*
Gloss @ 60° (ASTM D523) Low and medium gloss

Technical Properties

Property Standard Results
Dry Film Thickness (Nominal) ASTM D7091 0.25 ± 0.05 mil primer; 1.0 mil min. color coat
Pencil Hardness ASTM D3363 F min.
Cross Hatch Adhesion ASTM D3359 1/16" grid wet and dry Excellent - no removal
Direct Impact ASTM D5420 1/10" distortion Excellent - no removal
Acid Resistance ASTM D1308; 10% muriatic acid spot test No attack
Alkali Resistance Mortar pat test 100% relative humidity @ 100°F / 38°C 24 hours - No attack
Detergent Resistance 3% immersion @ 100°F / 38°C 72 hours - No attack
Salt Spray Resistance ASTM B117, 4,000 hrs. 5% NaCl @ 100°F / 38°C 1/16" maximum undercutting
Humidity Resistance ASTM D714, ASTM D2247, 4000 hrs: 100% relative humidity @ 100°F / 38°C Up to few #8 blisters maximum
Exterior Exposure (10 Years @ 45° South Florida) ASTM D2244, ASTM D4214, ASTM B244 (Erosion) Maximum 5 DE color change; Maximum 8 chalk rating; Maximum 5% film loss