AkzoNobel Powder Coatings said it is taking the performance of Interpon’s super durable D2525 range to the next level with its X-Pro technology, to give high-quality architectural features even greater resistance to scratching and marring.

 

X-Pro technology, which is already available in Interpon’s D1036 range, has now also been extended to the satin and matt finishes of the superdurable Interpon D2525, according to AkzoNobel. 

 

This X-Pro line already includes 150 finishes that are Ready-To-Ship (RTS).

 

“Architects trust in our innovation, and in our ability as a global leader to protect their creations with highly durable coatings that have a quality, reliability and performance that is second to none,” said Daniela Vlad, business director of AkzoNobel Powder Coatings. “Extending the X-Pro family into Interpon’s superdurable range demonstrates our ongoing innovation strategy and our commitment to keep giving our customers access to even more durable coatings in the widest span of colors and finishes to satisfy any imagination.”

 

According to AkzoNobel, the new extended range is available in a collection of colors, including those darker colors where physical imperfections are more obvious. 

 

It gives architectural specifiers even more avenues of enhancing the beauty and longevity of their buildings, without the concern of any part of their design, such as a window or door, being scratched in transit or during handling and installation, according to AkzoNobel.

 

“Our powder coatings help architects create the buildings they imagine without having to compromise on finish,” said Bob Dirks, global segment manager Architectural, AkzoNobel Powder Coatings. “With a super durable powder, architectural assets are protected during handling, transport and assembly and retain their superior finish for the years to come.”

 

The enhanced gloss retention and scratch-resistance of Interpon D X-Pro have been verified using the industry-standard Martindale Test, which simulates various kinds of marring to measure superficial surface imperfections, according to AkzoNobel. 

 

The new D2525 X-Pro is available for customers in EMEA and will be launched in South Asia later this year, the company said.

 

 

 

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