AERO Sustainable Material Technology is an environmentally friendly paint film system that can replace spray-applied paint lines in new electric vehicle automotive plants. The paint system produces zero carbon emissions, zero VOC emissions, and zero PVC compounds. Automotive paint lines are one of the most expensive systems in a manufacturing facility, costing tens of millions of dollars to install and maintain, as they consume the most energy in the plant and are most hazardous to the planet. The benefits of replacing paint lines with paint film systems have been recognized earlier, but difficult to implement due to the infrastructure for traditional paint already in place. Now, with new plants being built to manufacture electric vehicles and greater emphasis on sustainability, paint film systems are becoming more realistic alternatives to paint lines.

AERO requires zero water, and requires very little energy to apply. The streamlined, low-temperature manufacturing process associated with its proprietary patented and patent-pending chemistries help keep the environmental impact to a minimum. And at the end of life, AERO can be recycled or upcycled, helping achieve a circular economy beneficial to customers, OEMs, and the entire planet. Due to the sustainability attributes, no government compliance is required, thereby eliminating abatement and reporting costs. AERO is up to 17,000% more durable than traditional spray in longevity, environmental resistance, scratch and chip protection, and its self-healing clear coat eliminates micro abrasions. It also helps resist environmental effects that lead to fading, discoloring, hazing, and changes in gloss.

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