With 76 percent zinc dust in the dry film, Sherwin-Williams’ Zinc Clad II Plus FG is a “field-grade” inorganic, zinc-rich coating for steel that is said to be fast drying and to perform comparably to other inorganic zinc coatings with higher zinc loadings.
Sherwin-Williams offers MIL-PRF-22750G Type III, Grade A Seafoam Green High Solids Epoxy, a direct-to-metal (DTM) coating that meets the military specification.
The paint retailer’s automotive finishes division will be NASCAR’s official automotive paint provider.
Sherwin-Williams and PPG were awarded research grants by the Department of Defense in June 2012 to develop a zero-volatile organic compound, zero-hazardous air pollutant exterior topcoat to replace the military’s current generation of liquid-applied chemical agent resistant coatings (CARC) by 2015.
Sherwin-Williams says its new high-heat finish is one of only four approved products available globally to meet the rigorous MIL-PRF-14105 standard, having received approval from the Army Research Lab (ARL).
Sherwin-Williams’ Product Finishes Division announced the winners of its fourth annual ProVisions Vendor Awards.
Sherwin-Williams Co. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Consorcio Comex S.A. de C.V., a Mexican manufacturer of architectural and industrial paints and coatings, for approximately $2.34 billion, including assumed debt.
Heat-Flex Hi-Temp 1200 from Sherwin-Williams is an immersion-grade, single-component, inert multipolymeric matrix coating designed to combat corrosion under insulation (CUI) in the oil and gas industry.
Sherwin-Williams’ Product Finishes Division has added satin sheen coatings in RAL colors to the high-gloss finishes already available in its line of Powdura powder coatings.
Sherwin-Williams Aerospace Coatings has launched a new website (swaerospace.com) that enables aircraft coatings professionals to directly search via their specific market niche (general, business, commercial and military aviation) and/or product system (interior or exterior coatings, primers, fillers, etc.).
$1.4 million project to develop a topcoat for use on military vehicles and support equipment
Sherwin-Williams is developing biobased paints using soybeans.
Sherwin-Williams’ Product Finishes Division has recognized Wagner Systems Inc. as its ProVisons 2011 Partner of the Year.
With the military increasing its use of powder-based coatings to cover vehicles, equipment and ships—the Army has recently announced that it will allow the use of powder coatings in its CARC coverings that are normally e-coated—more assets are getting the powder coating treatment than ever before, much to the joy of the powder manufacturers.
PPG, Sherwin-Williams release improved aerospace paint
Formulation fundamentals and options for environmentally preferable finishing
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded Sherwin-Williams a 2011 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award for its low-VOC, water-based acrylic alkyd paints that can be made from soybean oil, recycled plastic bottles and acrylics.
Was a member of PCI board
Reduces 800,000 pounds of VOCs by using soybean oil and recycled plastic
Sherwin-Williams has renamed its chemical coatings division Product Finishes to better reflect the company’s expanded footprint after last year’s acquisition of industrial wood finishing firms Becker Acroma and Sayerlack.
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