AkzoNobel launches new Interpon Collection Anodic

Anodic-Color-CardAkzoNobel Powder Coatings have launched the new generation of Interpon Collection Anodic – matt and metallic powder coating finishes in popular anodizing shades.

Collection Anodic offers a great alternative to anodized aluminum, due to its environmental credentials and smooth metallic appearance. The updated Collection features the most popular anodized colors, including new additions – Anodic Bronze and two shades of Steel Blue Gray – which are three of the trendiest anodic colors this year.

Collection Anodic was first launched in 2009 and has been extremely popular with architects ever since. The entire collection is based on the ultra-durable Interpon D2525 technology, delivering outstanding weathering resistance. Interpon D2525 has a long track record in meeting and exceeding the demanding weathering requirements of the leading industry specifications, Qualicoat class 2, GSB Master, AAMA 2604-05 and BS EN 11206.

Its durability and high-quality finish are not the only advantages of Collection Anodic. Russell Deane, Architectural Marketing Manager at AkzoNobel Powder Coatings, explains: “The beauty of the Anodic collection compared to traditional anodizing is in its color consistency and versatility. Color matching poses hardly any challenge to powder coatings, whereas achieving a consistent color across different batches of anodized aluminum can be difficult. Equally, while anodizing can only be applied on aluminum, powder coatings can be applied to a variety of substrates, so customers can match and achieve a consistent color across different elements.”

Collection Anodic colors and Interpon D2525 technology have been applied to many buildings around the world. Many examples of projects where Interpon D2000 series and Interpon D2525 coatings have been used can be found on www.InterponBuildings.com.