Axalta has launched Imron Industrial NISO 3325, its latest non-isocyanate cross-linked acrylic enamel topcoat for the agriculture, construction and earthmoving equipment (ACE) markets. This technology offers superior technical performance without the health and safety concerns associated with isocyanates.

According to the company, when benchmarked against the performance requirements of similar competitive products, Imron Industrial NISO 3325 delivered superior weathering performance, higher gloss and distinctness of image (DOI), as well as excellent flexibility and chip resistance, comparable to urethanes.  It is formulated to provide a robust application with good flow and leveling for excellent appearance.

“The ACE market demands coatings with exceptional appearance that provide durable protection and can withstand harsh environments,” said Dave Heflin, Vice President of General Industrial Americas at Axalta. “Imron Industrial NISO 3325 offers best-in-class coverage without harmful isocyanates. It is easy-to-apply and dries quickly making it an industry-leading product for the ACE market.”

Imron Industrial NISO 3325 can be applied with air-assisted, airless or air spray equipment, including electrostatic. It is available in factory packaged colors with mixing machine capability.

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