What is PVDF Resin Coating?
PVDF stands for Polyvinylidene Fluoride, which is a high-performance thermoplastic resin that is commonly used in industrial and engineering applications due to its excellent chemical resistance, durability, and low friction properties.
A PVDF resin coating is a thin layer of PVDF material that is applied to a surface, usually by a spray or dip coating process, to provide protection against environmental factors such as UV radiation, moisture, and corrosive chemicals. PVDF resin coatings are commonly used in a variety of industries, including aerospace, automotive, construction, and electronics.
Interior and Exterior Industrial Metal Panels
PVDF resin coating has several properties that make it ideal for industrial and engineering applications. It is resistant to a wide range of chemicals and solvents, making it useful in harsh environments. It is also resistant to abrasion and have a low coefficient of friction, which makes it useful for applications where there is a lot of wear and tear. In addition, PVDF has excellent resistance to UV radiation, which makes it useful for outdoor applications, especially for solar renewable projects.
Trachte buildings come standard with 18- or 24-gauge exterior metal panels with a baked-on Kynar 500 PVDF finish that are attractive and maintenance free. Our 22-gauge interior liner panel also has a Kynar 500 PVDF finish, offering additional structural strength.
Exterior panels with Kynar 500 PVDF resin-based super coating come with a 30-year and 40-year manufacturer warranty that states the metal sheeting will not crack, check, peel, chalk or change color.