Pt.Lisas : (868) 636-3112 or (868) 636-3113 Chaguanas : (868) 665-2097 Princes Town : (868) 223-8927
Arima: (868) 646-4469 or (868) 642-9294 Tunapuna:  (868) 645-6361
Duncan Village : (868) 657-9910
Diego Martin: (868) 637-0028
Penal: (868) 647-2541
Montrose: (868) 223-7571

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What is PVDF Paint finish mean?

PVDF is particularly well suited to building envelope applications such as roofs,wall cladding and panels, where good colour fastness and gloss retention are important. Available in a wide range of colours. PVDF has a smooth fluorocarbon topcoat on a primer coat on a base material of Aluzinc or Hot-Dip Zinc coated steel. The standard reverse side coating is a high-performance backing coat. The performance of PVDF is defined by the Period to Re-paint Decision, which is the length of time before the building owner needs to consider whether to repaint the roof. For walls, this period can be 15 years when the coating is exposed to a normal inland environment. However, this is a guideline figure and the actual durability of PVDF in any particular location will depend upon the exact specification. The use of PVDF in a distinctly marine environment is not recommended. If used in other corrosive environments and the cut edges of the sheets are exposed, edge corrosion may occur. These edges can be painted to prevent corrosion.


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