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Interpon D powder coating: Sustainable architecture
Explore our powder coating solutions for Architecture
At AkzoNobel, Interpon D architectural powder coatings offer sustainable building solutions. Our offering covers a broad color palette with textures and special effects available in a range from standard durable to hyper durable finishes. These enhance the beauty and longevity of buildings all over the world. The quality powder coating takes into account the climatic conditions of the country and place to offer the best durable solution.
Interpon D is available in 3 different series with varying durability grades:
- Interpon D1000 standard durable series
- Interpon D2000 super-durable series
- Interpon D3000 hyper-durable series
They all meet the same exacting standards wherever they are produced globally. Interpon D powder coatings are applied by a global network of high quality approved applicators.
Our powder coatings can also help make create different impressions of the surface in innovative ways. For example, making A metal surface look like a wood surface and a coated surface look like that of anodized aluminum. Interpon D powder coatings meet all the major architectural quality standards including, Qualicoat and GSB as appropriate to the geographic requirements.
Interpon D powder coatings are used on the following building components:
- Windows and doors
- Facades, curtain walling
- Sunshades and shutters
- Fencing, railings, and handrails
- Ceiling tiles
- Garage doors
- Verandas, winter gardens, conservatories
Sustainability - Environmental Product Declaration
It is the first global powder coatings brand to offer an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD). We care about the environment and we don’t want our products to negatively impact the planet in any manner. At the same time, we also maintain high standards of quality. That is why Interpon D powders have been developed in an eco-friendly way. This includes a life cycle assessment using ISO standards. It measures the eco-footprint of material taking into consideration the raw materials used to create it. It also measures where the material was manufactured and how it is being used.