Arkema Inc. – Kynar 500® FSF® / Kynar Aquatec®

Arkema Inc. proudly offers Kynar 500® FSF® and Kynar Aquatec® PVDF technology for use in superior performance coatings.  Celebrating over fifty-five years of proven protection, Kynar® resin-based coatings provide protection against weathering, aging, and pollution on commercial, industrial, and residential buildings worldwide and are the original key component of sustainable design.

Arkema Inc.
900 1st Ave
King Of Prussia PA 19406


Customer Service Phone: 800-722-9668, 215.419.7000

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05-0510 - Factory Applied Coatings

09-9000 - Paints & Coatings

Kynar 500® - The Architect's First Choice for OEM metal finishes

Today, Kynar 500® PVDF resin-based metal coatings provide billions of square feet of protection against weathering, aging and pollution on commercial, industrial, institutional and residential buildings around the globe. The capability of Kynar 500® resins to deliver long-term durability is unparalleled in the industry. Introduced in 1965, Kynar 500® resin-based coatings were the original high performance finishes for architectural metal. According to a recent survey, Kynar 500® finishes remain the architect's first choice.

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Kynar Aquatec® - The next generation of Kynar® PVDF for field and building product applications

Kynar Aquatec® is an innovative platform of emulsions, which are used by paint formulators to make premium weatherable water-based coatings. Coatings formulated with these emulsions can provide the durability and performance of traditional Kynar 500® based coatings. They can easily be applied to a variety of substrates, including metals, plastics, wood, concrete, textiles, and previously painted surfaces. Now, the extreme weather ability of a Kynar 500® based coating is available in a VOC-compliant, field or factory applied, ambient air-dry system. Additional benefits include tremendous resistance to dirt pick-up, outstanding water repellency, and high initial and long-term Total Solar Reflectance and Emissivity.

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