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Drexel Metals PVDF Coated Product 35-YEAR “Non Prorated” Warranty starts from the date of installation


Parties: Drexel Metals, Inc. extends the following limited warranty to: Invoice #:


Drexel Metals Contractor: Address:


Project Owner:


Project Name: Address:


concerning sales of PVDF (Polyvinylidene Fluoride) painted coil, which will be fabricated into components for, pre-painted metal roofing and metal buildings.


Coverage:


This anti-weathering warranty applies to flat sheets and coils identified on offerings and invoices from Drexel Metals, therefore eligible to be covered under this warranty and is used by fabricator within six months of invoicing. It applies to metal buildings installed in the continental United States. This is a anti-weathering paint finish warranty and does not apply to corrosion of the substrate.


Terms:


Although it is recognized by the owner, fabricator and Drexel Metals that most coatings will fade and change in appearance to some degree over a period of time in outdoor installations, and that some changes may not be uniform between surfaces not equally exposed, Drexel Metals warrants that the goods covered by this warranty will resist natural weathering of the paint finish to the extent that they will conform to the manufacturer’s performance standards for thirty-five (35) years following field installation, provided all conditions of this warranty are first met:


1.TRINAR® will not peel, crack, check, or flake to an extent that is apparent on ordinary outdoor visual observation; and 2. Vertical installations of TRINAR® will not change color more than 5 NBS (Hunter) units, and non-vertical installations will not change color more than 7 NBS (Hunter) units following field installation. Color measurements are to be made per ASTM D 2244 and only on clean surfaces after removing surface deposits and chalk per ASTM D 3964; and 3. Vertical installations of TRINAR® will not chalk more than a number 8 rating, and non-vertical installations will not chalk more than a number 6 rating, when measured per ASTM D-4214, Method A.


This is an anti-weathering limited warranty and does not apply to other causes of failure, including: Coils or fabricated parts which have suffered scratching or abrasion or impact by a hard object, are stored at any time prior to field installation contrary to storage instructions as issued by Drexel Metals; are stored or installed in a way which allows standing water on the coating or which occurs in any chemically aggressive environment containing salts or other chemicals, whether naturally occurring or caused by man; are stored or installed in an environment that includes a high degree of humidity, sand, dirt or grease, whether naturally occurring or caused by man; have suffered any damage caused by acts of God, radiation, falling objects, explosion, or other external forces, including conditions which develop between the coating and the metal which cause the coating to degrade.


This paint warranty is a “film integrity” warranty only and does not cover events or environmental circumstances that negatively impact the performance of the substrate on which the paint system is applied.


Louisville – Baltimore – Tampa – Denver – Philadelphia Phone – 888.321.9630 - www.drexelmetals.com


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