Keyland Polymer UV-Cured Powders Coat Heat-Sensitive Substrates

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Posted on: 8/23/2012
Originally titled 'UV-Cured Powders Coat Heat-Sensitive Subtrates'

Keyland Polymer’s UVMax ultraviolet-cured powder coatings are suited for finishing a variety of heat-sensitive substrates, including wood, plastic, and ferrous and non-ferrous metals, as well as pre-assembled components.

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Keyland Polymer’s UVMax ultraviolet-cured powder coatings are suited for finishing a variety of heat-sensitive substrates, including wood, plastic, and ferrous and non-ferrous metals, as well as pre-assembled components. The powder is applied evenly to all sides of the part and then cured with UV light. It is solvent-free, containing no volatile organic compounds and no azardous air pollutants, and available in a range of colors, gloss levels and textures. 

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