Building Science Part III: How Sherwin-Williams Creates New Architectural Metal Coating Colors





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Published on Nov 16, 2016

See how Sherwin-Williams' (formerly Valspar) color scientists and engineers go all out to create new architectural metal coating color special effects for their customers - from the lab and test fences to the sides of extraordinary buildings.

In Part III of the Sherwin-Williams Building Science series, “The Innovation of Color,” we take a closer look at the science and technology behind color for coil and extrusion metal coatings.

We examine the work behind Sherwin-Williams' Fluropon Effects 70% PVDF color-spectrum breaking lines such as shimmering Kameleon, sparkling Nova and polychromatic Rustica. Or how Sherwin-Williams chemists strive to make Print paints for metal sidings, panels, trim and roofs look like wood, stone and much more.

"My life is color. My life is special effects,” said Nancy Peden, Sherwin-Williams senior project chemist. “My life is making paint look cool. Make it fun. Make it attractive.”

Visit us at Coil.Sherwin.com. Learn more about our innovative metal paints and colors - and discover myriad product details and other resources.

Order a free Sherwin-Williams color sample.

Call Sherwin-Williams excellent customer service at 888-306-2645. Check out out FAQs; or email us with questions.

We want to work with you to achieve amazing things with our metal paint lines and custom, cutting-edge Sherwin-Williams coating colors.


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