The new coating delivers a finer mica effect that enables an ultra matt surface to change appearance depending on the way light reflects on it, giving architects a finish that not only looks amazing, but also offers stunning levels of super durability.
“All shades within the new range provide an astonishing non-reflective surface never seen before with an Interpon powder coating,” said Bob Dirks, global segment manager architectural, AkzoNobel Powder Coatings. “Thanks to the metallic travel, light is capable of dancing across the surface while keeping its ultra matt appearance. We have a proven track record of innovating to meet the architectural sector’s ambitions with on-trend colors and finishes and Interpon D2015 Précis Ultra Matt is no exception. We always stay true to our mission of creating the best products on the market from both a durability and sustainability perspective to support the design of Green Buildings.”
“Once again, the Interpon brand is helping its customers to bring their imagination to life: Being able to make a building distinct or memorable, or even blending it within its specific setting, is key to achieving architectural beauty,” added Daniela Vlad, business director of AkzoNobel Powder Coatings.
The sustainability of Interpon powder coatings – with no VOCs or solvents; significantly less waste compared to other solutions; minimal overspray which is easily recovered and reused and not evaporating into the atmosphere – offers the architectural sector a means of creating lasting legacies with less impact on our environment.