Powder Technology's CARC Powder Topcoat Approved by ARL
This latest product marks Powder Technology’s ninth ARL-approved powder coating.
The U.S. Army Research Lab in Aberdeen, Maryland, has approved Powder Technology’s MIL-PRF-32348 Type III, Class I, Tan 33446 powder topcoat.
The new product listing is now shown online on the ARL’s ‘Qualified Products Database,’ and the manufacturer’s designation is product number PT-QS01-TS0001. This latest product marks Powder Technology’s ninth ARL-approved powder coating.
“When used in conjunction with one of our many approved primers, the ultralow gloss Tan 33446 topcoat offers a complete protection solution for military assets,” says Quint Towle, Powder Technology’s director of sales and marketing.
Powder Technology is ISO certified and ITAR registered. Visit powdertechnology.com.
Powder coating is one of the most durable finishes that can be applied to industrial manufactured products, and offers excellent corrosion protection and is very safe because of its lack of volatile organic compounds.
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