CHROMAFLO TECHNOLOGIES: Coatings Colorants
The FLV series is based on a sustainable binder that has reportedly been shown to improve coating properties such as early hardness and chemical and physical resistance.
Chromaflo Technologies recently announced the release of its FLV series of colorants for tinting epoxy, polyurethane, and polyaspartic coatings. According to the company, the FLV series is based on a sustainable binder that has been shown to improve coating properties such as early hardness and chemical and physical resistance.
“We’re very excited to offer this next generation series to our customers,” said Michael McCormick, global industry manager for Industrial Coatings. “The technological development and commercialization of the FLV Series is a major step forward in supplying a high-performing colorant line for solvent-free epoxy, polyurethane, and polyaspartic coatings. The color and viscosity stability is superior to other colorant systems currently available for these types of coatings.”
Chromaflo reports that these colorants do not have the typical problems associated with epoxy-based colorants, such as yellowing and viscosity increase. In addition, the rheological profile of the colorants is designed so they are machine dispensable, enabling coatings manufacturers to use the FLV series to tint in-plant and at their tinting centers.
For more information, visit www.chromaflo.com.