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University At Albany Standpipe Features Advanced Fluoropolymer Coating System

In the late 1960s a 251-foot architectural landmark was built at the University at Albany in New York. The 320,000-gallon standpipe water tank was in desperate need of renovation after seeing massive corrosion. The engineers at Delta and Field Applicator, TDA Construction, worked closely with Tnemec Company to replace the structure’s lead-based exterior paint and interior lining with an advanced fluoropolymer coating system. Continue reading Read More

Kansas Water Tank Features Stunning Local Artwork With High Performance Fluoropolymer Coating System

Winner of the 2010 Water Tank of the Year by Tnemec Company, the Newton water tower features the artwork of a prominent local artist. Depicting one of the “8 Wonders of Kansas Art,” Newton’s Blue Sky Sculpture, both the sculpture and water tank art were designed by Phil Epp. The artist is renowned for his skyscape and landscape artworks. Continue reading Read More

Fluoronar Aids Aging Building With Fresh Recoat Using Lumiflon FEVE Technology

The 34-story commercial building at 45 Fremont Center in the South Financial District of San Francisco was originally built in 1978 by internationally-renowned architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Yet, the building was showing its age and required a renovation in 2016. To update its exterior a low-VOC fluoropolymer was utilized, which the coatings experts at Tnemec provided to ensure a long-lasting and aesthetically-pleasing result. Continue reading Read More

Architectural Marvels That Feature Lumiflon Nominated For Elevation Awards

In its second year, Durability and Design’s Elevation Awards aims to recognize those who rose to the top of the coatings industry, producing outstanding aesthetics and technical effects through architectural applications. Of the amazing nominees up for the award, three projects that utilize Lumiflon FEVE resin were nominated as well. Amazon Spheres This artfully-designed masterpiece is primarily comprised of glass and steel. Located in between the high-rise buildings of Seattle’s …Read More