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Fluoroethylene Vinyl Ether (FEVE) Versus Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF): A Exploration Of The Benefits Of FEVE Resin Technology

There are a whole host of benefits to the utilization of an FEVE resin over a PVDF. These benefits include aesthetic-based benefits, application-based benefits, and sustainability benefits. FEVE (fluoroethylene vinyl ether) was developed to address the shortcomings with traditional fluoropolymer resins like PVDF, they are manufactured by copolymerization of a fluoroethylene monomer with a vinyl ether monomer. Continue reading Read More

LUMIFLON Based Coatings Widen Architectural Color Palette

Since its creation in 1982, fluororesin paints based on LUMIFLON have been produced by manufacturers around the world and applied to thousands of architectural structures. As the first solvent-soluble fluoropolymer for coatings to be cured at room temperature, LUMIFLON based coatings have color vibrancy not obtainable with PVDF technology. Due to the finishes’ crystal clear quality, LUMIFLON produces a brighter, cleaner range of colors than its PVDF counterpart. Continue reading Read More

LUMIFLON FEVE Resin Used To Intensify Prismatic Color Series

The dynamic series of ALPOLIC® Prismatic colors were developed by ALPOLIC and a coatings manufacturer using LUMIFLON FEVE resin technology. Each of the colors featured in the series has incredible depth that allows the panels to appear to change color upon visual perspective. Applied in a three-coat process, the final clear coat, with specialized mica flake, as well as the solid base coat feature LUMIFLON FEVE resin. Continue reading Read More

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