Paint Coatings offered by Linetec that meet AAMA2605

ArchResourceImage-withLinetec-WEB2The leading manufacturers of  high-performance, 70% Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) resin-based architectural coatings are PPG, Valspar, Akzo Nobel and Sherwin Williams. 

There are several paint types within the  70% PVDF resin-based coatings family including:

  • standard color two-coat systems, consisting of a primer and color coat (top coat),
  • two-coat mica systems, also consisting of a primer and color coat,
  • three-coat metallic, consisting of a primer, color coat and clear coat,
  • three- and four-coat bright and exotic colors. These systems include a primer, color coat, clear coat and sometimes a barrier coat.

70% PVDF coatings are available in tens of thousands of different colors; however there are some bright and vibrant colors that cannot be formulated without the use of cadmium or lead in the formulation.

70% PVDF coatings are also available in some specialty formulations such as:

  • energy-efficient, solar-reflective formulations (Fluropon® SR),
  • graffiti-resistant coatings (Duranar® GR),
  • antimicrobial coatings,
  • color-changing Kameleon™  paint coatings (Fluropon).

Linetec paint offerings listed by manufacturer that meet AAMA2605-14

Vendor
70% PVDF System Paint Finish Type
PPG Duranar Two-coat Standard
Duranar Sunstorm Two-coat Mica
Duranar XL Three- or Four-coat Metallic or Exotic
Valspar Fluropon Two-coat Standard
Fluropon Classic II Two-coat Mica
Fluropon Classic Three-coat Metallic
Fluropon Premiere Three-coat Bright or Exotic
Akzo-Nobel Trinar Two-coat Standard
Trinar Ultra Two-coat Lower VOC levels
Tri-Escent II Two-coat Mica
Trinar TMC Three-coat Metallic
Trinar TEC Three-coat Exotic
Sherwin Williams Shernar Two- or Three-coat Standard, Mica, Metallic or Exotic

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