Akzo Nobel Aerospace Coatings (ANAC) has launched a new range of high-performance protective coatings - the Intergard 10.000 Series - for land-based military equipment. The line includes a temporary, peelable waterborne camouflage coating, Intergard 10220, which has a volatile organic compound (VOC) content of less than 30 g per liter, thereby avoiding the traditional environmental implications associated with solvent-based temporary systems. The coating can be removed by peeling or by pressurized water, rather than with special strippers and cleaning agents.
The line includes products for camouflage and asset preservation, with the added benefits of extended maintenance intervals and other cost efficiency improvements. The Intergard range also features coatings developed to provide additional benefits specific to military use, including products that are reflective from near infrared (NIR) through the color spectrum to far infrared (FIR). A high-solids (Intergard 10208) and water-based (Intergard 10212 CARC [chemical agent resistant coating]) coating is also available.
For more information, call 847.625.3351 or visitwww.anac.com.
MATERIALS: ANAC Launches New Military Coatings - Posted 8/15/07
August 15, 2007