Fluorocarbon (PVDF) Coating
- PVDF is a specialty plastic material in the fluoropolymer family; it is used generally in applications requiring the highest purity, strength, and resistance to solvents, acids, bases and heat.
- GEESHINE®ACP uses PVDF paints have extremely good gloss and color retention, and they are in use on many prominent buildings around the world.
- PVDF may be synthesized from the gaseous VDF monomer via a free radical (or controlled radical) polymerization process. This may be followed by processes such as melt casting, or processing from a solution (e.g. solution casting, spin coating, and film casting).
- The surface is coated with PVDF fluorocarbon spray-paint imported from DNT, PPG, Akzo Nobel, and Nippon. We have approximately 70 colors for your choice, according to PANTONE. RAL or GEESHINE’s color Chart.
GEESHINE PVDF ACP
GEESHINE aluminum composite materials (ACM) are produced by continuously bonding two thin sheets of aluminum alloy on either side of an extruded thermoplastic or mineral-filled, fire-retardant thermoplastic core. The aluminum surfaces have been pre-finished and coil-coated in a variety of paint finishes before bonding. Like PVDF painting, PE, FEVE and other finish. The paint are from PPG/Becker with paint Kynar 500®
- Building Exterior: Cladding a new or refurbishing an old Building, like curtain wall, architecture façade, column covers and beam wraps, billboards and public, and pedestrian walkway.
- Building interior: used as false ceiling, interior decorative in interior architecture, hospitality, retail, corporate and entertainment, tunnel wall, furniture and cabinet, and bus/Train interior decoration.