Interpon D2525 Anodic III – Metallic finish Architectural powder coatings
An attractive range of matt and metallic effect finishes providing a great alternative to anodised aluminium.
Collection Anodic colors are supplied in Interpon D2525 super durable polyester technology to give long service life.
- Matt metallic powder coatings
- Superdurable performance
- Easy repair of coating damage during fabrication or installation
- Supported with an extended guarantee
- Minimal environmental impact compared to real anodising
- Supported with EPD (Environmental Product Declaration)
- All finishes available for BIM download
The full list of products can be found in our Powder Products area.
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|Chemical Resistance||Very susceptible to acidic and alkali pollutants. Low resistance to mortar and iron oxide. Higher rate of erosion in highly industrial areas||Generally good resistance to acid, alkalis but care must be taken when using brick cleaners. Chlorinated hydrocarbons and ketones should be avoided|
|Finish Consistency||Difficult to control colour consistency between batches, heavy/light extrusions, extrusion vs sheet profiles. Standards allow for large colour variation||Colour consistency can be controlled using 1 batch of powder and consistent application method (automatic)|
|Fabrication||Welding joints are very difficult to anodise and creates significant colour variation. Curved panels also problematic||Good adherence and colour consistency on welds. Bare metal edges need to be sealed in hazardous environments|
|Environment||Acid intensive process. High energy consumption to maintain electrolytic tanks. High water usage. Cobalt classified as carcinogenic||Solvent free application process. No Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s) or heavy metals used in formulation. 95% recyclable during application|
|Substrate Cost||Aluminium grade must be of high quality as imperfections will otherwise be visible- Higher reject rates- added cost||Coating thicknesses of > 50microns enable substrate imperfections to be hidden|
|Repair||Once scratched anodising cannot easily be repaired||Powder coatings can be rectified using a primer and a 2 pack Polyurethane (PU)|
|Cost (3mm solid aluminium panel)||Can have significantly higher applied cost. Cost per m2 varies between £200-£400/m2.||Dependant on quality and shade. Typical
applied cost of between £90-£130/m2