FEVE Coating Simulates Dazzling Gold Leaf On Facade Restoration

Lumiflon, Tnemec, ZCMI, Architectural Coatings, Fluoropolymers
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Zion’s Cooperative Mercantile Institution (ZCMI) was founded by Brigham Young in 1868. The ZCMI façade restoration was a daunting project; it required special care to the various pieces of cast iron and sheet metal cornice section. To compliment the façade’s extensive preparation, provide the best protection from ultraviolet (UV) degradation and weathering, and provide the best possible aesthetic, the ZCMI restoration was completed using an array of Tnemec high-performance coating systems, including Tnemec’s Fluoronar coatings, which include Lumiflon fluoropolymer technology.

Structural Steel Tiara Dazzles Atop Skyscraper With Lumiflon Coating

Tnemec, Coatings, Fluoropolymer, Architectural Coatings, Lumiflon, FEVE resin
In 2012, The Great American Tower in Cincinnati, OH won the Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel (IDEAS2) Award by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) for the 13-story tiara that crowns the skyscraper. HOK Architects of St. Louis, MO, designed the tiara, which uses over 400 tons of arching structural steel and hollow sections in varied widths. For extreme durability and gloss retention, the Great American Tower tiara was coated using Tnemec Company’s 3 stage coating system with a topcoat of their Series 1072 Fluoronar fluoropolymer coating with Lumiflon FEVE resins.

Reflective FEVE Resin Panels Help Create Fish-Scale Effect in Olympic Village

Alucobond, ACM, FEVE Resin, Lumiflon, Fluoropolymer, Architectural Coatings
For the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Nick Milkovich Architects Inc. was chosen to design Millenium Water, a sustainable, mixed-use residential and commercial community that would serve as a temporary home for the 2,600 athletes from around the globe. The 1.4 million square-foot development was awarded LEED-ND Platinum status, and all 16 of its residential buildings were awarded LEED Gold certifications.

Film Museum Gets A Beautiful FEVE Resin Facelift

Lumiflon FEVE Resin, Coraflon ADS, PPG, Museum of Moving Images, Aluminum Panels, Architecture, Coatings, Fluoropolymer Coatings
The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, New York was originally a historic movie studio complex. In July 2013, the 60,000 square-foot complex was completely renovated, along with a 40,000 square-foot addition. The museum now exhibits a futuristic exterior, clad in triangular cut aluminum panels that blend with the color of the sky. The aluminum skin is coated with PPG’s Coraflon ADS coating with Lumiflon FEVE fluoropolymer resins that contribute to the brilliant aesthetic of the exterior.

FEVE Resins Used On Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Curtain Walls

SAF, ACM, Lumiflon FEVE Resin, Coraflon ADS, PPG, Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital
Named after former Yankees center field and baseball legend, the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital is the modern and environmentally friendly pediatric unit of the Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood, Florida. The hospital provides amenities such as private rooms games, movies and a clubhouse for its patients. In addition, the hospital achieved a LEED Gold rating in 2012 for its measures in sustainability. The brightly colored curtain walls use aluminum composite panels coated with PPG’s Coraflon ADS coating with Lumiflon FEVE resin.