Waterborne Coatings Designed for Weatherability

The coatings are designed to meet the rigid AAMA 615 requirements for Superior Performance coatings on plastic profiles.

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Sherwin-Williams’ KEM AquaFluor 5001 and 5002 premium waterborne coatings are formulated with Kynar Aquatec polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) resin. These coatings provide weatherability and reduce excessive heat buildup across all colors. According to the company, the coatings are designed to meet the rigid AAMA 615 requirements for Superior Performance coatings on plastic profiles. Vinyl is energy-efficient and cost effective, making these coatings ideal for homeowners and commercial window customers.

KEM AquaFluor 5001 is a single-component, waterborne product. The KEM AquaFluor 5002 product requires mixing of two components. It provides additional scratch and mar resistance to withstand the rigors of cutting, punching and machining window extrusions (lineals) after finishing. This reduces the potential for damage during shipment and installation. Both products are formulated with solar reflective technology designed to reduce heat buildup in dark colors.