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® A versatile high-performance PVDF coil coating system


Product informationand performancespecifications for TRINARhigh-performance fl uoropolymerfinishes


Product Information


TRINAR is a high-performance fl uoropolymer coating containing 70% polyvinylidene (PVDF) resin. This unique resin is combined with other proprietary resins and the highest quality ceramic and select inorganic pigments for the fi nest metal fi nish available.


This two-coat system, which utilizes our High- Performance Primer, provides unparalleled pro- tection against harsh environmental weathering for decades. It has a tough but fl exible fi nish, and is perfectly suited for high-end residential, institutional and commercial applications. TRINAR meets or exceeds all requirements of AAMA 620/621 and AAMA 2605.


Test samples of TRINAR have been exposed for decades at weathering facilities in South Florida and around the world, with results that prove the superiority of this system. We are constantly eval- uating these test panels to ensure that only the highest quality pigmentation is used. The result is a coating system formulated for and tested under real world conditions. Using TRINAR coatings will ensure your project will continue to look good for many years after installation.


AkzoNobel stands behind the performance of TRINAR and backs it up with years of research and experience. TRINAR coatings are providing protection on all types of buildings in locations around the globe. They have proven that they are more than capable of withstanding the harsh ultraviolet rays of the sun and the degrading ef- fects of weather extremes.


Field Performance


TRINAR is one component of a total paint system. When applied in accordance to specifi cations the following fi eld performance can be expected.


Film Integrity Chalk Fade


35 years No more than #8 for 35 years


No more than 5 ∆E Hunter units for 35 years


General System Information TRINAR is approved for use on the follow- ing substrates: Hot-Dipped Galvanized (HDG), Galvalume®


and Aluminum. 1.800.294.3361


Mailing Address: PO Box 489


Columbus, OH 43216 TRINAR Coatings.


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® The color you spec is the color that stays.


Physical Address: 1313 Windsor Ave. Columbus, OH 43211


TRINAR is a factory-applied fi nish that is applied through roll coating to properly cleaned and pre- treated fi rst-quality substrates, and then oven- baked to cure. It is a two-coat system, composed of a topcoat over our High-Performance Primer.


TRINAR COOL CHEMISTRY® Series TRINAR is also available in our COOL CHEMIS- TRY Series, which contains ceramic infrared refl ective pigments. These special pigments are designed to refl ect infrared energy while still absorbing visible light energy, thus appearing as the same color yet staying much cooler. When COOL CHEMISTRY coatings are used on metal roofi ng, the result is a sustainable building mate- rial that can lower air conditioning costs, reduce peak energy demand, and help to mitigate urban heat island effects. All of our high-performance coatings for building products are also available in COOL CHEMISTRY versions.


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