Are color and gloss retention the priority for your project? Induron has the coatings solution for you. PermaGloss Fluorourethane provides the best color and gloss retention of any readily available industrial coating.
It is a two-component, high gloss, fluoropolymer resin-based urethane coating. As a high-performance, chemical and stain resistant coating, it performs well in a variety of aggressive environments. Like most of Induron’s urethane finish coats, it contains a factory-added mildewcide that aids in fighting microbial growth.
PermaGloss Fluorourethane also:
- Offers superior resistance to UV degradation.
- Is low HAPS/VOC version compliant.
- Conforms to AWWA D102-17, OCS-4.
- Allows for easy graffiti removal.
- Has an unlimited recoat window when it is overcoated with itself.
- Can be applied by brush, roll or spray.
- Is available in any color.
PermaGloss is often used as the exterior finish coat for tanks and other exposed steel and non-ferrous substrates to extend their service life. Here are a few projects where PermaGloss was used:
- Induron Products Rehabilitate Fort Payne Potable Water Storage Tank: For this project, PermaGloss was specified for the exterior coating system to provide superior long-term resistance to UV degradation.
- Induron Paints Used to Rehabilitate Penn State Water Tanks: PermaGloss was specified as the finish coat for this 3-tank rehab project.
- A Large Undertaking: PermaGloss was also used as the finish coat on Aqua Pennsylvania’s 10-million-gal Sproul Road ground storage tank in Philadelphia in order to extend its service life in a cost-effective manner.
- Induron’s First Annual Tank of the Year Contest Winner: Because of the location and exposure of Aqua Pennsylvania’s two million gallon Composite Elevated Tank (CET) in Bensalem, PA, Induron recommended that the exterior finish coat should be PermaGloss, a coating engineered to provide decades of gloss and color retention.
- Induron: Rescuing Tanks from Kids with Rocks: PermaGloss was used to recoat a 4.5 million-gallon standpipe, called Black Bob 2, after being damaged by children throwing rocks at it.