Valspar Architectural Metal Coatings is now Sherwin-Williams Coil Coatings. Architects specifying metal coatings for building exteriors want the highest performing and most aesthetically pleasing coating available on the market. Due to significant advancements in technology over the past 50 years, these coatings are far superior to those of prior generations. This course will discuss metallic and pearlescent coating systems, especially modern mica coatings, to clear up some common myths and misconceptions and discuss their performance benefits and design options.
Valspar Architectural Metal Coatings is now Sherwin-Williams Coil Coatings. The objective of this course is to provide a comparison of liquid and powder architectural coatings. The following article compares end-use applications, performance and aesthetic options, and other considerations between liquid and powder coatings, taking into account different geographic and climate demands.
Valspar Architectural Metal Coatings is now Sherwin-Williams Coil Coatings. This course provides an overview of high-performance architectural metal coatings for exterior building products for curtain wall. There are two primary types of liquid coatings for these metal building products which are named by their coating method: Coil (pre-paint) and Extrusion (post-paint). Both options are applied in-factory and provide an extremely durable finish that retains its performance and aesthetics over time in exterior elements.
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