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Video, Part III: Creating New Architectural Metal Coating Colors

MONDAY, JUNE 19, 2017

By Jeff Alexander, Valspar


Learn exactly what goes into testing Valspar’s architectural metal coatings before they go to market. Part III of the Valspar Building Science series, “The Innovation of Colors,” takes a close look at the science and technology behind color for coil and extrusion metal coatings.

In this episode, Valspar color scientists and engineers talk about taking new color special effects from the lab to test fences to the facades of extraordinary buildings. Product lines discussed include the Fluropon Effects 70% PVDF shimmering Kameleon, sparkling Nova and polychromatic Rustica. Samples of print paint show how metal surfaces are transformed to look like wood, stone and other materials.

Additional details and resources are available at ValsparCoilExtrusion.com.

*Claims or positions expressed by sponsoring authors do not necessarily reflect the views of TPC, Durability + Design or its editors.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jeff Alexander, Valspar

Jeff Alexander has been with Valspar for 20 years and currently serves as the vice president of sales for the company's coil and extrusion businesses. He is also a past president of the National Coil Coating Association.

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