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10/16/2014

Internet-Accessible Metal Coatings Content Replaces Hard-Copy Binder

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PPG Industries’ coil and building products coatings group announce that its Architectural Metal Coatings binder is now available online in a digital, downloadable format.

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PPG Industries’ coil and building products coatings group announce that its Architectural Metal Coatings binder is now available online in a digital, downloadable format. at www.ppgideascapes.com.

The digital binder features fully updated catalogs, product brochures and data sheets for PPG’s entire roster of PPG liquid coil coatings such as Duranar and Coraflon fluoropolymer and Durastar polyester coatings. It also includes liquid and powder extrusion coatings such as Duranar and Coraflon fluoropolymer, as well as Envirocron polyester coatings.

The binder also contains the company's color guides, technical documents, white papers and case studies, along with sourcing information for PPG cap certified applicator program, group participants, PPG-approved extrusion applicators and coil coaters.

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