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The Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge Is The Lumiflon Coatings Poster Child

Considered to be Japan’s greatest engineering feat, the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge is the longest and tallest suspension bridge in the world. Although its inception stems from a tragic ferry accident, the engineers ensured that the bridge was to be safe, stable and would endure a long coating life-cycle before any maintenance was needed. In order to prevent corrosion from the coastal region on which the bridge is situated, as well as road salts during snow, the bridge’s metal surfaces were coated with a Lumiflon fluoropolymer topcoat. Continue reading Read More

FEVE Coated Water Tank Mural Greets Panama City Visitors

The first thing people see coming into Panama City, Florida is the Panama City Legged Water Tank. Before its renovation, it was “an unused and uninspiring liability to a community asset.” It came to the city’s attention that the tank was in need of a restoration, and they were looking for the best coating solution possible. Lumiflon FEVE resin formulations in coatings, such as Tnemec’s Hydroflon, provide excellent ultraviolet (UV) resistance, gloss retention, as well as accommodate a range of vibrant colors for greater aesthetics. Continue reading Read More

Lumiflon FEVE Resins Used On Vibrant Red Bridge

After almost 70 years of service, the original Topeka Boulevard Bridge connecting North and South Topeka was badly deteriorated. The bridge was rebuilt from 2006 to 2008, with the addition of guarded walkways and aesthetic amenities. The project’s engineer contacted Tnemec’s coatings consultant, Rick Penner, for a high performance red coating that would not fade to pink like other coatings systems. Tnemec’s Series 1071 Fluoronar with Lumiflon FEVE resin technology was chosen for the bridge’s coating system for its long lasting color retention, ease of application and durability. Continue reading Read More

The Beautiful Skydance Bridge Glows With Its Lumiflon FEVE Coating

In a revitalization program of Oklahoma City, Mayor Mick Cornett would enlist civil engineers from all over the country in order to create an iconic footbridge that would span across Interstate 40. His vision for a bridge that reflects the city’s eccentricity and bright future was transposed into a beautiful tubular steel bridge. The 197-foot tall steel bird structure at one end is based on Oklahoma’s state bird, the scissor tailed flycatcher. The Skydance Bridge’s aesthetic is complemented with the use of Tnemec’s high-performance Series 1071 Fluoronar industrial coating with Lumiflon FEVE resin with unparalleled durability and resistance against outdoor exposure. Continue reading Read More