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4/1/2015

Architectural Coatings Provide Anodized Appearance

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As part of TCI Powder Coatings’ TruDurance architectural coatings product line, its TruAnodize powder coatings are designed specifically for architectural applications where the anodized look is desired.

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As part of TCI Powder Coatings’ TruDurance architectural coatings product line, its TruAnodize powder coatings are designed specifically for architectural applications where the anodized look is desired. These smooth, low-gloss coatings are applied in one coat with no clear coat required. Six anodized colors are available to match the most popular anodized colors on the market, including light bronze LR, dark bronze LR, dark bronze DR, champagne LR, black and bonded clear. Ideal applications for this coating include windows, doorframes, lighting, benches, wall panels and rails. According to the company, these coatings will eliminate the variation problems commonly associated with anodized metals. TruAnodize powder coatings meet AAMA 2604 specifications.

TCI Powder Coatings, call 800-533-9067 or visit tcipowder.com.

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