The Natural History Museum has unveiled it’s new £78 million Darwin Centre in London. Designed to provide a home for 20 million plant and insect specimens, it also allows visitors to interact with the collections and scientists at work. The specimens include those brought back by Charles Darwin from his Beagle Voyage in 1831. Over 14 tons of Interpon Powder Coatings were used on the storage facility within the building. Coated by Cromadex Tilbury’s customer C&D Sheetmetal Engineering Ltd, Interpon 610 polyester powder was used on 6,000 storage units in five different sizes. RAL 9006 matt silver was chosen.
Natural History Museum Specifies Interpon
Published February 8, 2010
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