Decoration Powder Coatings
Decoration Powder Coatings: Camouflage for Coated Surfaces
Powder Coatings are usually seen in solid color or metallic shades, decorating metal parts (and sometimes wood, glass or plastic). They provide a tough, anti-corrosive finish that protects and
decorates the subject.
Sometimes you don’t realise there is a coating at all though, because it is disguising the substrate as another material – making metal look like wood, or aluminium look like stainless steel… We call these Interpon Decoration Powder Coatings.
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The Interpon D Series AkzoNobel’s Interpon D series of powder coatings have been in use since the 1980s on architectural metal. Designed to give an attractive finish over the long-term, Interpon D powders are available to suit every climate and building type. When applied by Approved Applicators, Interpon D powders also come with a guarantee of decorative performance.
There are two established methods for disguising one material as another using powder coating:
- The Sublimation process
- The Powder-on-Powder process
There are also newer technologies allowing even greater flexibility in design. This leaflet explains these technologies in more detail. The most common use of such technologies today is to make aluminium windows and doors appear like wood, but they are also used to decorate children’s furniture, surfboards, retail signs and more.
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