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D200 for PVC (Vinyl)

D200 was created for the coating of lineal extrusions (predominantly vinyl) for the Fenestration Industry.

The mechanical properties of D200 are such that a coated surface can withstand the processing through an automated or semi-automated production line.

D200 represents a very large step forward in the development of water based coating technology in general.

D200 is a 1K System, however an accelerator is available when extremely fast drying is required.

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High Performance

D200 is produced by "reacting in" high performance. Most coatings are produced by combining a commercially available resin with a series of additives. D200's high performance is created by reacting (under high temperature and pressure) over 25 ingredients to create one single molecular structure.

The resultant molecule can "sense" the surface tension of the surface and align itself optimally with the molecules of the substrate to create a bond based on "cohesion", in contrast to bonds created through mechanical adhesion.

Exceptionally Low VOC

With an exceptionally low VOC (volatile organic compound) of less than 20 grams per liter, or 2.5 ounces per gallon , D200 is decades ahead of even the most aggressive environmental standards anywhere in the world.

The exceptionally low VOC content guarantees that the coating itself will not effect the surface chemistry of the vinyl itself, thus providing no changes to the performance of the vinyl (no brittleness developed over time).

The continued use of Inorganic Pigments provides exceptional heat reflectance along with unparalleled long term color/gloss retention.

D200 produces bonds as good as high solvent coatings, while offering a safer environment, superior performance and color retention.

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Thousands of Colors to Choose From!

Preview of some colors

CEDAR
6197
BRICK RED
6819
CALIENTE
6912
DOVER GREY
6502
SABLE
2140
BRONZE
2125
AMAZON GREEN
1652
WEDGEWOOD BLUE
2057
CRANBERRY
2129
SANDSTONE
2166
UNIVERSAL BROWN
2127
OLD WORLD BLUE
2068

Color Chart >> 
 

Custom Colors Available

Ask for our color ring (most popular colors).

RAL, Sherwin William, Benjamin Moore colors available.

All Colors are HEAT REFLECTIVE.

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Window Design Consideration and the Heat Gain Effect

AquaSurTech OEM incorporates the most advanced heat reflective pigments available, these minimize the heat gain effects experienced by exposure to the sun. The use of our coatings can reduce the temperature of the surface by as much as 25°F when compared to standard pigment technologies.
However, when coating window profiles with D200, to minimize heat gain effects, it is always important to consider the venting of the profiles themselves. Venting holes .25’’ - .18’’ spacer is recommended. Both frames and sashes should have venting on the top of the profile.

Other factors which can contribute to heat build related effects:

  • The use of Low E glass, possibly reflecting onto a sill
  • Very thin walled profile or snap in components
  • Single wall upside profile
  • Improper installation not allowing for the increased expansion related to an increase in surface temperature
  • Manufacturing tolerances must also account for the possibility of a differential expansion, i.e. a thin component snapped into a large component (high thermal mass) at room temp. This is particularly important for large spans, where the absolute expansion is much larger than over a small distance.
  • Lack of reinforcement.
  • Injecting insulation into profile reduces cooling effect.

Consult your extruder for any system related questions especially when a product is new. Testing a system under worst case conditions – hottest color, on a hot day, installed at 45 degrees southern exposure, inside a wooden frame structure (not cooled) will simulate the very worst conditions possible.