PPG will highlight three of its powder coatings for the office furniture industry at NeoCon 2021, Oct. 4-6 at The Mart in Chicago, Illinois.
A leader in powder coatings for metal and heat-sensitive substrates, PPG will showcase its color-formulation and color-matching expertise along with its exceptional range of gloss levels, textures and metallic finishes. Featured products at booth 7-4053 will include PPG SILVERSAN®, PPG ENVIROCRON™ HeatSense and PPG ERGOLUXE™ coatings.
“As the premier event in the commercial design industry, NeoCon plays an important role in highlighting the trends that will shape the future of furnishings for a variety of environments,” said Shelley Verdun, PPG business manager, powder, Americas. “The coatings set to be featured in PPG’s booth are developed to meet these trends, offering a range of luxurious colors and finishes and benefits that include reclaimable overspray, recycled content and high transfer efficiency.”
PPG ErgoLuxe powder coatings provide styling and sustainability benefits over traditional liquid or solvent-based coatings, with waste-saving, first-pass transfer efficiency rates of up to 85%. An available PPG ErgoLuxe Eco formulation also contains up to 14% post-industrial recycled plastic (rPET). The new powder coating technology also features reliable batch-to-batch consistency for color, gloss and application properties, with stain and fade resistance designed to last for years.
PPG Envirocron HeatSense coatings deliver powder coating technology to heat-sensitive substrates, including wood composites and metals that are often used as office furniture, cabinetry, casework and more. The coatings are available in a wide range of custom colors, glosses and textures, with sealed edges providing durable protection from heat, moisture, physical impacts and ultraviolet (UV) light.
Also on display will be PPG SilverSan coating, which is an antimicrobial*-protected powder coating specifically formulated with silver** ions that help protect the cured paint film from the growth of microbes that can damage coated surfaces. The coatings can be formulated in many colors and in all PPG resin chemistries to prevent discoloration, unpleasant odors and corrosion caused by the buildup of bacteria on coated surfaces.
For more information, visit PPG at booth 7-4053 at NeoCon 2021.
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