Tedlar films are highly weatherable and dirt-shedding, therefore reducing maintenance costs and protecting structural investments
DuPont announced that Coryor Surface Treatment Company and Nippon Paint Taiwan have introduced a series of new offerings including printed Tedlar PVF solutions and PVF coating at the recently concluded Taipei Building Show.
DuPont worked very closely with Coryor Surface Treatment Co. to launch the printed PVF film solutions featured at the show. This innovative PVF product made with Tedlar is one of the Coryor's Aamalon applications series, which is focused on better weathering resistance among other performance benefits.
Tedlar films are highly weatherable and dirt-shedding, therefore reducing maintenance costs and protecting structural investments. Coryor's Aamalon films are not only 100 percent protected by Tedlar, but also allow for tailored patterns and color, enabling limitless design creativity.
"Our booth at the Taipei Building Show features several great examples of various printed Tedlar samples," said Jay Chang, CEO of Coryor.
"Having Tedlar barrier ensures that these eye-catching custom printed films will be protected and look new and better wherever they are used."
In addition to the Coryor printed products, DuPont is also co-launching a PVF coating solution with Nippon Paint at the Taipei show. Designed for building exteriors, including those exposed to harsh environments, Tedlar PVF coatings offer durable finishes for a variety of exterior and interior metal applications.
"Tedlar PVF coating has been chosen for projects requiring premium protection of metal building materials used in corrosive environments. This technology is tried and tested through the long history of PVF film and enables trusted PVF performance with color and application flexibility for the user," said Matt Urfali, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, DuPont Tedlar. "We are very proud to launch this exciting new offering in the Taiwan market and bring differentiated value to our customers across the whole region."
"Coatings made from Tedlar PVF enable the benefits of the film in a versatile format that can be tailored to specific architectural design needs. The finished PVF coatings are currently being used in many different projects worldwide. We are pleased to collaborate with DuPont in introducing this innovative offering in the Taiwan market", said Zhou Lan, General Manager of Nippon Paint Taiwan.
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