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Metallic Powder Coating Designed as Alternative to Chrome Plating

AkzoNobel’s Interpon Cr is a bright metallic powder coating that combines the high reflectance of a metallic-effect basecoat with the protection of a specifically designed clear topcoat.

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AkzoNobel’s Interpon Cr is a bright metallic powder coating designed to be a sustainable and cost-effective alternative to chrome plating.

Suited for products including, furniture, lighting and interior fixtures, the coating system combines the high reflectance of a metallic-effect basecoat with the protection of a specifically designed clear topcoat. In addition to providing a decorative metallic finish and a cost-competitive alternative to chrome plating, benefits include lower environmental impact, a simplified coating process, resistance to staining and high coating hardness.

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