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Metallic and pearlescent effect in powder coatings

INTRODUCTION TO POWDER COATINGS

A relatively new industrial process introduced approximately 40 years ago, powder coating technology is the perfect solution to meet ever stricter environmental regulations.
Recently, single layer, metallic-effect powder coatings have been developed for architectural applications.


SPECIAL EFFECT OR  METALLIC POWDER COATINGS

Special-effect powder coatings are obtained by adding the special-effect pigment to the powder paint during the production process. There are many special-effect  pigments and various methods of production.
One of these, bonderization, is a state-of-the-art process which – as the name suggests – physically bonds pigment and powder.
The procedure ensures there is no separation of powder and pigment on application or recycling, which guarantees consistently excellent technical and...

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