Description: A coating of aluminum oxide.
- Much harder than the aluminum it replaces giving it excellent wear and abrasion resistance
- Will not chip, peel or flake over time
- Provides good stability
- Ease of maintenance
- Will not show fingerprints
- Offers a large number of gloss and color alternatives
- Allows the aluminum to maintain its metallic appearance
- A lower initial finishing cost
- Will not decompose
- Heat-resistant to the melting point of aluminum
- Various mil thicknesses available based on individual applications
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Description: Powder coating is a dry finishing process, using finely ground particles of pigment and resin that are generally electrostatically charged and sprayed onto electronically ground parts.
- Environmentally friendly
- Resistant to chipping, cracking, peeling and corrosion
- Bending Flexibility
- Color selection is nearly unlimited
- Clear finishes available
- Many texture selections
- Ideal for aluminum & steel grating, fencing, handrail or architectural applications
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Description: Immersing clean, oxide-free iron or steel into molten zinc in order to form a zinc coating that is metallurgically bonded to the iron or steels' surface.
- Lower in cost
- Life expectancy is in excess of 50 years in most rural environments, and 20 to 25 years plus, even in severe urban and coastal exposure
- Outstanding resistance
- Corrode preferentially to steel, providing cathodic protection to small areas of steel exposed through damage
- Every part is protected, even recesses, sharp corners and inaccessible areas
- Ease of inspection
- Faster erection time
Description: Liquid PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) is a fluoropolymer coating system. The carbon/fluorine bond is the key to the coating’s unsurpassed thermal, chemical and ultra violet resistance.
- Out performs polyester powder, urethane, silicone polyester and acrylic coatings
- Color & Gloss retention
- Resistance to chalking
- Meets or exceeds the physical test performance criteria of the Architectural Spray Coaters Association (ASCA 96) and the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA 2605.2)
- Delivers long-term durability
- Available in a rainbow of textures, sheens and colors, including micas, metallics and pearlescents
- Corrosion & Stain resistant
Slip Resistant Surfaces
Description: Plasma stream deposition process applying molten metal to a metal substrate.
- Meets the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirement for slip resistance
- Exceeds ANSI/NFSI B101.3-2012 wet dynamic COF for high traction and ANSI A137.1-2012 wet dynamic COF requirements
- Thermally applied material provides a durable surface for long service life
- Galvanized or painted (any color) over coating for corrosion protection
- Available in aluminum, grating, treads and plank, carbon and stainless steel grating, treads and plate surfaces
- Reduced slip-and-fall accident risks to property owners