Vibrant Hospital Enhanced With Coraflon Coating Using Lumiflon FEVE Technology

Childrens Hospital of Pittsburg of UPMC, PPG Coraflon, LUMIFLON FEVE Resin, Photography DM Products Inc
The Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC in Pennsylvania is a new facility encompassing 1.4 million square-feet. The project, which includes four facilities, a hospital and a research center, was designed by Pittsburgh architects Astorino, now Cannon Design. With the help of PPG’s glass and architectural coatings systems, the project received LEED certification.

University’s Prismatic Underbelly Uses FEVE Resin-Based Valflon Coating

Ryerson University Student Learning Centre, Toronto, Zeidler Partnership Architects, Snohetta, Lumiflon FEVE, Valflon, Valspar, ALPOLIC Materials
A striking component of the 155,463 square-foot building is the aluminum composite portion of the exterior design. The ALPOLIC®/fr Prismatic panels used on the underside create a stunning and “gem-like appearance,” explains ALPOLIC. The University uses a Lumiflon FEVE resin-based Valflon coating in Custom ALPOLIC SEP Prismatic Blue supplied by Valspar®.

LEED Platinum Headquarters Features A Lumiflon Topcoat On Exterior Panels

Manitoba Hydro, Smith Carter Architects, KPMB, Winnipeg, Thermal Systems, LEED Platinum, Alucobond, LUMIFLON USA, Gerry Kopelow
Serving as Canada’s first LEED Platinum certified office tower, Manitoba Hydro’s headquarters stands beautifully in the Winnipeg, Manitoba skyline. The building features aluminum composite panels that change in color from gray to a myriad of blues. The custom Alucobond bronze colored panels feature a Lumiflon FEVE fluoropolymer resin topcoat, further complimenting the building’s sustainability factor due to the durability and weatherability characteristics of the resin that prolong the lifespan of the substrate and eliminate the need to recoat

LEED Platinum San Diego Airport Uses Exterior Steel With FEVE Coating

In a move towards sustainability, the San Diego International Airport sought to achieve a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum terminal design. Not only does the airport terminal utilize alternative energy sources and green building materials, it also features high performance, low volatile organic compound (VOC) coating systems from Tnemec. All exterior exposed steel, including canopies and two sky bridges, used Tnemec’s Series 1071V Fluoronar coating with Lumiflon FEVE fluoropolymer resins for long lasting protection against ultraviolet (UV) light, along with high gloss and color retention.