Canadian Finishing and Coatings Manufacturing

April 4th, 2022

CFCM Interpon ACE Agriculture Construction 400A portfolio of Interpon ACE powder coatings has been developed by AkzoNobel to serve the needs of the Agricultural and Construction Equipment (ACE) sector. In addition to providing high protection and functionality, the powder coatings are also reportedly more sustainable and high-performing than other coating solutions.

The new Interpon ACE range is specifically designed to withstand the demanding environments that agricultural and construction equipment is exposed to on a daily basis: harsh weather conditions from scorching sunshine to rainstorms and freezing temperatures; chemical corrosion exposures such as motor oil or fertilizer; and everyday wear and tear such as scratching and abrasion.

The full range includes both ACE primers and ACE topcoats working in combination. To meet mechanical requirements, all of the powder coatings in the range have the adhesion, hardness, flexibility and impact resistance that meet and exceed the stringent industry standards to ensure that all of your equipment, from tractors to excavators, forklifts to bulldozers, are protected long term, and retain their appearance. This ensures the integrity and performance of the equipment today, but also helps retain its value in the re-sale market. 

Daniela Vlad, Managing Director of Powder Coatings at AkzoNobel, says that Interpon’s ACE range is a game changer: “From construction to agriculture, forestry to mining, the world of ACE machinery and equipment is complex. Our powder coatings are designed for the vehicles often pushed to the limit of their endurance. It means matching products up to your specific durability, corrosion-resistance, and color needs."

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