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Axalta Launches Glass and Ceramic Coatings Portfolio

Eleglas coatings are designed to protect and enhance the aesthetics of glass and ceramic surfaces and feature a water-based-polymer, anti-shatter technology that provides a protective liner to keep glass and ceramic fragments intact in the event of a break,

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Axalta has launched Eleglas, a portfolio of decorative coatings designed to protect and enhance the aesthetics of glass and ceramic surfaces. The line includes a water-based-polymer, anti-shatter technology that provides a protective liner to keep glass and ceramic fragments intact in the event of a break, and to keep the broken items from leaking or causing injury.

The coatings are available in a variety of colors, finishes and specifications, and are designed not only to protect surfaces against shattering, but also against chemicals, abrasions, scratches and washing.

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