A coat of paint can cover a lot of sins - especially if you do not know who has applied it.
Australian Aluminium Finishing , in combination with Henkel organisation, ensures the quality of its powder coating by adding DNA traceable elements in all pre-treatment systems.
Why do you need DNA Traceability?
With so much aluminium being sourced from different plants in Asia, quality is a major issue for Australian customers.
What you see is not always what you get. How do you know their finishes and coatings are of good quality? Can you be absolutely sure the correct pre-treatment procedures have been followed for powder application?
If coating defects appear in the warranty period you can be exposed to complex and costly rectification issues with an offshore aluminium supplier - or even a local supplier, for that matter.
It is just not worth the risk - especially when Australian Aluminium Finishing offers you the ongoing reliability of DNA Traceability.
How it works?
The DNA trace elements - which are exclusive to Australian Aluminium Finishing / Henkel, are embedded during Australian Aluminium Finishing's application processes.
These trace elements are included in conversion coating during pre-treatment of the metal, prior to powder coating.
Please note, DNA Traceability does not apply to anodising.
AAF's "triple" guarantee
By specifying AAF as the applicator you get a "triple" guarantee of quality - for the source, quality and application of powder coating throughout the warranty period.
- AAF offers the certainty of DNA Traceability.
- AAF is accredited under the international Qualicoat quality assurance standard for powder coating.
- AAF is an approved applicator of high-grade warranty powders for leading suppliers such as Dulux and Akzo Nobel (Interpon)