Tiger Drylac Power Coatings says its Series 61 Anodized Effect powders are of a polyester, durable architectural grade and meet the high-performance requirements of AAMA 2604 standards. They have been engineered to meet the requirements for anodizing simulated powder coatings for architectural applications, architectural lighting, railings, fences, window and door frames. The powder coatings also are suitable for automotive accessories, metal constructions, patio furniture, garden equipment and other applications where AAMA 2604 specifications are required or where an anodizing simulation is desired without having to go through the anodizing process.
Although designed for exterior applications, Series 61 Anodized Effect powder coatings also are suitable for interior applications as well as other industrial applications where an outdoor durability can be combined with a decorative anodizing appearance.
The powders are available in six colors, simulating anodizing color standards: clear, champagne, light bronze, medium bronze, dark bronze and black. According to the company, they impart a uniform color, finish and thickness with batch-to-batch consistency, a natural anodized effect, weather and UV resistance, good flow and storage stability.