Jotun launches 1st furniture powder coating
Dubai, November 7, 2010
Jotun Powder Coatings, one of the world’s leading producers and suppliers of powder coatings, has launched its first furniture powder coatings range, ‘Era-Coat MDF’.
The company’s new umbrella brand of powder coatings for heat-sensitive substrates such as MDF is especially created for designers and furniture makers.
Whilst offering complete ‘freedom of design’ to coat even the most intricate furniture, ‘Era-Coat MDF’ also provides a more cost-effective and eco-friendly coating solution.
The new range is based on the latest MDF colour trends, which includes ‘Era-Coat MDF Primo’, a uniquely engineered primer and a top coat ‘Era-Coat MDF 32T’, available in 20 trendy colours & textures, a statement said.
Formulated to ensure a seamless coated surface, ‘Era-Coat MDF’ products can coat both the front and back of the MDF board at once, and leave it reclaimable, safe, resistant to scratches, water, stains and impact, it said.
‘Era-Coat MDF’ is ideal for a host of areas including office furniture, retail displays and shelving, flat-pack furniture, doors and countertops, kitchen cabinets and bedroom wardrobes.
‘Era-Coat MDF’ does not contain solvents nor release any Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).
“We have developed a furniture powder coatings solution that constitutes a strong alternative to established MDF finishing technologies, and with the quality, durability and simplicity that make it far superior to other systems,” said Olaf Conreur, divisional industrial product manager, Jotun Powder Coatings.-TradeArabia News Service
More Miscellaneous Stories
- Qatar 'interested in Eurofighter, Rafale jets'
- Dubai gold refiner wins ISO certification
- KKR among bidders for Saudi fast food chain
- UK denies role in Bahrain’s security action
- Wadi makes splash in booming MICE market
- Alba donates aid to Bahrain’s elderly
- Ethiopia, Egypt tone down talk of war over Nile dam
- Tougher food marketing needed to cut obesity: WHO
- Playnation to host Hip Hop contest
- Bahrain alerts on waste food during Ramadan