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  • ANTI-GASSING Powder Coatings

    AG-KOTE Anti-gassing properties Low temperature cure Excellent chemical, stain and scratch resistance Superb spraying properties Outstanding corrosion resistance and UV protection Environmentally friendly Available in a wide range of colors Cost and energy savings due to decrease in oven temperatures Ideal for galvanized steel, cast iron and aluminum.

    DURALLOY - Self Adhering PVC

    No primer required Excellent performance characteristics Significant cost savings

    POST BENDABLE Powder Coatings

    CURVECOAT Allows post bending without cracking or chipping Dramatically reduces material handling issues Lowers transport and packaging costs Excellent durability and chemical resistance Available in a wide range of colors and textures Environmentally friendly

    DURAVIN SDG-NEB Series - Standard Grade PVC c/w Primer

    Formulated to meet the performance requirements of wire goods manufacturers Available in low-smoke plasticizer technology

    ANTI-GRAFFITI Powder Coatings

    X-GRAF

    Formulated to allow graffiti to be easily removed using commercially available solvents.Excellent stain resistance and extremely durableOutstanding corrosion resistance and weatherabilityIdeal for mail boxes, traffic signs and high visibility signs, telephone switching gear, playground equipment, bus shelters, lockers and bathroom partitions

    POLYARMOR

    Multi-purpose line of thermoplastic powder coatings Superb impact resistance and excellent UV protection Requires no primer and no cure time Can be applied both by fluidized bed or electrostatic spray Ideal solution for outdoor furniture, bike racks, playground installations, hand railings and many others

    SUPER DURABLE Powder Coatings

    Z-SERIES

    Meets the five year Florida exposure requirements as set forth in AAMA 2604 Available in a wide range of colors and textures Excellent adhesion, humidity resistance and water immersion resistance Outstanding corrosion protection and UV durability Environmentally friendly Excellent mechanical properties including outstanding flexibility QUALICOAT Class 2 - Category 3 approved

    ASTM Fence Approved

    Thermoplastic Powder CoatingsThermoset Powder Coatings

    AAMA ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS TESTING AND EVALUATION

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    Warranty: The Z-Series is available with a five year warranty. The warranty is subject to terms, conditions, and limitations. Visit our web site to view the warranties.

    Contributes to LEEDS credits

    APPLICATION MATRIX AG-KOTE CURVECOAT X-GRAF Z-SERIES DURALLOY

    DURAVIN SDG-SERIES POLYARMOR

    Ornamental Fence Post, Pipe or Frame Welded Mesh Chain Link Continuous Mesh

    TEST AAMA 2604 (Z-SERIES)

    Florida Exposure5 Years 30% gloss retention Chalking 8 Delta e 5.0 Erosion maximum 10%

    Pencil Hardness F no film ruptureCross Hatch Adhesion Dry Wet 24 hrs. @ 100F (37C) No adhesion loss no blisters

    Boiling Water No adhesion loss no blistersImpact 5/8 Ball 0.1 Deformation - no removalSealant Compatibility No deleterious effectMuriatic Acid 37% @ 65F (18C) No blisters or change

    Detergent Resistance 72 hrs. @ 100F (37C)

    No blistersNo change in appearance

    Mortar Resistance24 hrs. @ 100F (37C)

    Dislodge easilyNo film loss

    Humidity Resistance100F (37C) 100% R.H.

    3000 HoursMaximum - few #8 blisters

    Salt Spray with Scribe3000 HoursMaximum - 1/16 creepage at scribe 2% area blistering

    Weather-O-Meter 1000 Hours N/ANitric Acid ResistanceFumes 30 minutes Maximum change - 5 E units

    Falling Sand Abrasion Min. 20 litres of falling sand/mil of coating

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    ACCELERATED AGING DATA XENON-ARC (ASTM G 155)Thermoplastic Black Polyarmor Thermoplastic White Polyarmor

    Initial: L= 24.82 a=0.02 b=-0.03 Gloss 6070 Initial: L= 95.87 a=-1.07 b=0.48Gloss 60

    87Exposure

    Duration (Hours) E L a b Gloss E L a b Gloss

    After 500 0.92 0.79 0.04 -0.47 68 0.60 -0.18 0.06 -0.57 81After 1000 1.35 1.30 0.03 -0.36 76 0.79 -0.66 0.14 -0.42 79After 1600 1.52 1.47 -0.04 -0.38 68 0.96 -0.91 0.28 -0.10 78After 2100 1.97 1.91 -0.11 -0.48 67 1.58 1.54 0.33 0.19 77After 2600 2.20 2.16 -0.20 -0.36 66 1.81 -1.73 0.39 0.52 76After 3000 2.79 2.68 -0.06 -0.77 65 2.28 -2.18 0.41 0.71 74After 5000 2.85 2.72 -0.07 -0.85 55 2.89 -2.78 0.40 0.77 66After 8000 3.02 2.95 -0.03 -0.67 44 3.02 -2.46 0.05 1.74 55

    Cycle: Light for 102 minutes at 60 C then 18 minutes of light and watering. Discussion: The two thermoplastic panels, black and white, were exposed for 8000 hrs. in the xenon-arc radiation. The following results were observed:

    Gloss: 63% retention for both the black and white panels (above 50%)PASS Color: minimal change following the exposure (8000 hrs.) with a E = 3. PASS

    Conclusion : Both thermoplastics black and white have very good stability under the xenon-arc.

    Date Received: 13-MAY-2015 Date of Report: 02-MAY-2016 Sample Description: TUBE No: 4 - COATED WITH Polyarmor G17 - c/w SCRIBE

    Pretreatment: SANDBLAST / PRE HEATED Substrate: STEEL Film Thickness: 10.0 TO 12.0mils

    Coated by (check one): Protech X CustomerTest Time Required: UNTIL FAILURE

    Cabinet Conditions: 5% + 1% sodium chloride solution (NaCl); solution measurement: 6.5 pH to 7.2 pH; temperature: 95 F + 2 F; atomization and quantity of fog: 1 ml to 2 ml per hour

    Hours TestedMethods (below) 600 1100 1500 2162 3300 5000 7000 8000

    ASTM D610 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10ASTM D714-5 NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE

    ASTM D1654-7 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10ASTM D1654-8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

    Date Received: 13-MAY-2015 Date of Report: 02-MAY-2016Sample Description: TUBE No: 2 - COATED WITH Polyarmor G17 - c/w SCRIBE

    Pretreatment: 4 STAGES Substrate: STEEL Film Thickness: 20.0 TO 24.3mils

    Painted by (check one): Protech X CustomerTest Time Required: UNTIL FAILURE

    Cabinet Conditions: 5% + 1% sodium chloride solution (NaCl); solution measurement: 6.5 pH to 7.2 pH; temperature: 95 F + 2 F; atomization and quantity of fog: 1 ml to 2 ml per hour

    Hours TestedMethods (below) 600 1100 1500 2162 3300 5000 7000 8000

    ASTM D610 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10ASTM D714-5 NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE

    ASTM D1654-7 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 3ASTM D1654-8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

    Method Application of Test Method

    ASTM D610 For evaluating degree of rusting on powder coated steel surfaces Rating: 10 = no rusting; 0 = surface 100% rustedASTM D714-5 For evaluating degree of blistering of coating (check ASTM manual for rating)

    ASTMD1654-7 For evaluating scribe of specimenRating: 10 = no creepage; 0 = more than 16 mm creepage

    ASTMD1654-8 For evaluating unscribed areas of specimen (corrosion spots, blisters, and any other types of failure) Rating: 10 = no failure; 0 = over 75% area of failure

    RESULTS OF SALT SPRAY TESTING (ASTM B117)