2016 GlassBuild America

Glassbuild

Now in its 14th year, GlassBuild America is the gathering place for the entire glass, window and door industries in North
America. Join us October 19-21, 2016, in Las Vegas, NV.

FREE EXPO PASS    Haven’t registered yet? Use GlassBuild America’s on-line registration, along with Linetec’s Company Password: 16LIN for a free pass to the expo.

VISIT LINETEC – Booth # 643     Stop by and see our new exhibit and the newest product offerings in high-performance finishing of aluminium building components, including wood grain finishes.

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Wood Grain Finishes    Available in a wide variety of wood species, as well as marble and stone designs.

Antimicrobial Protection for Public Building Applications

Antimicrobial Protection for Architectural Aluminum

Linetec Specialty Coatings include antimicrobial protection for high-touch, architectural metal products’ exterior and interior surfaces, such as doors, windows, curtainwall, entrances, panels and column covers.

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Antimicrobial protection is infused into select Linetec 70% PVDF-based fluoropolymer product finishes helping to inhibit the growth of stain and odor causing bacteria that may affect the surface of the coating. It protects product finishes from microorganisms such as bacteria that may cause odor and deterioration of the physical properties of the coating.

How it Works:
When moisture is present, the ion exchange mechanism in the antimicrobial finish is activated and silver cations are released. The released silver acts on odor causing bacterial by disrupting metabolism and reproduction.

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Bacteria cells

What Are the Color Options:
The antimicrobial product protection offered by Linetec is available in nearly any color option; standard and custom colors, mica and metallic coatings.

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Whitepaper: Antimicrobial Protection for Public Building Applications

This white paper describes the uses and advantages of antimicrobial infused coatings, as well as details the related technology, testing and specifications. According to the paper, “The need for microbial control stems from the fact that there are an estimated 4.5 million bacterial and fungi species throughout the planet, many of which travel and migrate via the constant ebb and flow of human foot traffic through an ever-changing population of people visiting public buildings. Under the right conditions, some microbes can double in number every 30 minutes or faster.”