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Functional Epoxy – Excellent corrosion protection and good
electrical insulation properties. Functional Epoxy is used typically on
auto alternators and electric motors. Also used on oil field piping and
steel re-bar for bridges and highways.
Thin Film Epoxy – Visually attractive and durable coating,
thin film epoxies are used mostly for indoor coatings (toys, bathroom fixtures,
etc.) because when exposed to long periods of sunlight, it may produce a
Urethane Polyester – Gives the excellent thin film appearance
while still standing up to the UV rays. Generally used on garden equipment,
office equipment, boat trailers, & light fixtures.
Polyester TGIC – The best all-around coating. Polyester
TGIC provides excellent gloss and durability, while maintaining
edge coverage and chemical and impact resistance. Polyester TGIC
is used to clear coat aluminum wheels, outdoor furniture, and
Acrylic – Excellent exterior gloss retention.
Very good thin film appearance and chemical resistance. Acrylic
was originally used for appliance industry applications.
Epoxy/Polyester Hybrid – Great chemical and corrosion resistance,
although lacking in color retention. Used for water heaters,
power tools, and shelving.
Ultra-Low Bake- In difference to the conventional powder
coating products Ultra- Low Bake (ULB) powder coatings can be cured
at very low temperatures. As a result ULB powder coatings do not cause that much
thermal stress to the substrates which makes them an optimal choice to cure
heat sensitive substrates such as engineered wood or plastics.ULB powder coatings
are already successfully applied in various MDF furniture applications.
Anti-microbial- Is a supplemental protection against the growth
of microorganisms in a wide range of applications. Bacteria,
fungi or algae, when present, can produce mildew. In certain cases this can
also lead to degradation of the base material.