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Powder coatings to reduce temperature of building components

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

New range of powder coatings is based on heat management pigment technology that reflects the infrared energy from sunlight and keeps coated surfaces cooler.

Jotun Powder Coatings has launched the "Cool Shades Collection", a new collection of energy-saving and environmentally friendly powder coatings formulated to reduce the temperature of aluminium building components that are exposed to the sun, thereby contributing to lowering buildings’ energy consumption and cooling costs. The range is based on heat management pigment technology that reflects the infrared energy from sunlight and keeps coated surfaces much cooler, while still absorbing visible light energy to allow colours to maintain their vibrancy. The collection offers a wide range of colours to match both modern and traditional architecture, and is suited for window frames, curtain walls, shutters, louvers, and wall panels.

The new powder coatings have been developed to reduce the temperature of aluminium building compoents Source: Allyson Ricketts - Fotolia.com

The new powder coatings have been developed to reduce the temperature of aluminium building compoents Source: Allyson Ricketts - Fotolia.com

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