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Dallas Hospital Receives Upgrade with FEVE Coating System

What was once a small wooden building sitting on 17 acres of land in 1894 is now a premier medical facility in the middle of Dallas, TX. Parkland Hospital had appeared to withstand the test of time, but like everything else, the hospital began to fall behind, finding itself outdated in the rapidly evolving world of medicine. Obsolete and unequipped to provide care for its massive number of patients, the hospital had no other choice but to upgrade. Continue reading Read More

Riverboat Casino Exterior Renewed With Lumiflon Coating System

The owners of the Riverboat Casino sought a long-life coating system that would not require yearly maintenance, contacting Tecorp, Inc., for the restoration. Using Tnemec’s coating products, including Fluoronar, a Lumiflon FEVE fluoropolymer based high performance coating, the Grand Victoria Riverboat Casino enjoys a fresh, bright exterior that is proven to last for decades with little-to-no maintenance required. Continue reading Read More

FEVE Fluoropolymer Coating Prefabricated Onto Financial Building’s Panels

Designed by architecture firm, Coarchitecture, the Desjardins building in De Bourgogne, Quebec is a multi-use, four-story building that sits atop a parking garage. The design marries form and function, with an emphasis on “large windows to allow for natural lighting to the central core.” The building’s facade utilizes aluminum panels that are coated with Akzo Nobel’s Interpon D3000 coatings; Lumiflon FEVE-based powder coatings with unparalleled durability and color retention characteristics. Continue reading Read More

LUMIFLON Resin Renews Corroded Water Tank In America’s Best Small Town

The Village of Waunakee, Wisconsin was honored by CNN/Money as one of “America’s Best Small Towns.” It’s decidedly noticeable water tank required an update that reflected the Village’s honor. According to Tnemec coating consultant Cory Erickson, the tank’s aluminum exterior finish was nearing the end of its useful life. Additionally, condensation staining and mildew covered the lower portion of the tank.
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