New in AECinfo.com: TIGER Drylac U.S.A., Inc. Powder Coatings
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TIGER Drylac U.S.A., Inc. will be exhibiting at the upcoming AIA Show in San Francisco (April 30 to May 2, 2009) booth number 2538.
TIGER Drylac® powder coatings, whether from the attractive and comprehensive color and effect program, with variable surface settings, or as a custom color, are perfectly matched systems for almost all applications. The quality of TIGER Coatings is constantly evaluated to the most stringent international standards and equally rigorous internal quality checks: TIGER's state of the art manufacturing facility conforms to both ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 quality standards.
TIGER employs the most up-to-date process control techniques and this, combined with many years of experience as one of the founders of modern coating technology in Europe, guarantees the highest possible quality. TIGER Coatings combine traditional values with the most modern manufacturing and formulation techniques making the TIGER brand synonymous worldwide with durability, safety and value.
TIGER Drylac® metallic and special effects create here the necessary scope for development and for an up-to-date design and independent design on the object.
Architects and building planners today have a very wide spectrum of colors, surfaces, metallic- and special effects available, as well as functional powder coating systems for protection against severe corrosion, or for anti-graffiti prevention for construction elements of:
- galvanized steel
For building exteriors (high rise buildings) TIGER offers environment friendly alternatives to popular liquid fluoropolymers as well as Super Durable Powder Coatings, that meet the AAMA 2605 and AAMA 2604 standards (American Architectural Manufacturers Association). Specialty products include Antigraffiti powder coatings and Abrasion Resistant powder coatings (typical applications: hand railing and many other applications that are subject to repeat abrasion).
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