AkzoNobel recently announced that its Powder Coatings business has launched a global range of high-performance primers for complex corrosion challenges. The company’s new Interpon Redox range reportedly covers a full array of substrates, surfaces, and environments—from cable cars and chemical plants to window frames and wind turbines.

Long-term performance is paramount for specifiers, who rely on finding the right corrosion protection system for their steel products. However, the process of selecting the right system is influenced by various factors, such as the material used, the environment it’s exposed to, and how quickly it’s likely to corrode. According to AkzoNobel, Interpon Redox helps to simplify this often complicated decision-making process and offers customers high-quality corrosion protection in all conditions.

“Interpon Redox is all about bringing simplicity to corrosion protection,” said Daniela Vlad, managing director of AkzoNobel’s Powder Coatings business. “Selecting the right primer for the right level of corrosion can be a lot more complex than people may think. So our Interpon Redox systems have been developed with characteristics that address all the variables, making it much easier for customers to pick the perfect coating system.”

Already available in Europe, Interpon Redox will be launched in Asia and North America next year. For more information, visit www.interpon.com.