Global coatings giant AkzoNobel has added more than 2,000 color options to its exterior metal building finishing system, TRINAR.
The company’s Extrusion Coatings business has adopted the use of the Glidden Professional Master Palette with 2,016 colors, nearly of all which can be matched in the TRINAR system for the fenestration industry.
|In use since the early 1970s, AkzoNobel’s TRINAR exterior metal building finish is comprised of a 70% formulation of polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) resin.|
The colors can also be specified with a pearlescent clear coat, essentially providing 4,032 color options, the company says.
Simplifying for Architects, Designers
“Although we will continue to provide custom matching for the industry, we created this palette to provide architects and designers an easy means to select colors and designs,” said Ben Mitchell, Extrusion Coatings Sales & Marketing manager.
“Our goal is to help simplify this process for architects and designers as they introduce options to their customers.”
To order the Master Color Palette, email Extrusion.Coatings@akzonobel.com.
In use since the early 1970s, AkzoNobel’s TRINAR exterior metal building finish is comprised of a 70% formulation of polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) resin.
Research and production quality assurance programs have produced years of 45-degree South Florida exposure data that demonstrate TRINAR’s resistance to exterior weathering, fading, color change, cracking and chalking, according to the company.
The system has become a popular coating for factory application on aluminum, galvanized metal roofing, and zinc/aluminum coated steel substrate, AkzoNobel says.
TRINAR coatings are designed to protect and beautify a wide range of metal building components, including panel systems, curtain-wall, window systems, louvers, canopies, mullions, store fronts, and fascia.
When properly applied, TRINAR passes the rigorous testing requirements of AAMA 2605, the company says.
For specifications that require coating several components on the same project, TRINAR is available for both spray and coil coating applications using the same pigmentation, ensuring continuity of color throughout the project, the company says.
More information: www.akzonobel.com/ccna/extrusion_coatings/trinar/.