Interpon Powder Coatings announces a new addition to their architectural powder coatings range formulated to deliver even greater coating flexibility and colour freedom without compromise. The Anodic Précis range forms part of the Interpon Collection Anodic series.
Reflecting the evolution in architectural colour and finish trends, Interpon Anodic Précis powder coatings offer ultra-smooth matt and metallic powder coating finishes in popular anodising shades as well as a few bold new additions of Pure Gold, Black Ink and Sunstone Bronze in smooth low gloss finishes.
Branka Vinaj, general manager Interpon Australasia, explains that the Interpon Collection Anodic series has a long and established reputation within the Australasian architectural market thanks to its environmental credentials and smooth metallic appearance. The Anodic Précis collection is suitable for external and internal applications on all projects where enhanced durability is desired.
The new Anodic Précis collection includes a high durability residential range as well as an ultra-durable commercial range of architectural powder coatings. Both product ranges deliver excellent weathering resistance and are locally engineered to withstand the harsh Australian climate in some of the most demanding external applications for commercial and residential projects.
The VOC-free Anodic Collection qualifies for several GBCA Green Star credit points while its recyclable overspray minimises waste.
In addition to durability and high quality finish, the Anodic Précis range delivers colour consistency, eliminating any colour challenges. This collection’s versatility comes from the ability to apply powder coatings across a variety of substrates, not just aluminium, giving customers flexibility and consistency when matching colour across a range of surfaces.
Interpon Powder Coatings is a global brand of the world-leading coatings manufacturer, AkzoNobel. Trusted in Australia and New Zealand for almost three decades, Interpon Powder Coatings has an enviable track record, coating some of the most iconic architectural landmarks around the world.