Akzo Nobel Aerospace Coatings

Akzo Nobel Aerospace Coatings

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Cabin coatings

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Paint is used in aircraft cabins either in specific areas such as overhead luggage bins or in wider areas such as cabin walls, where an airline does not want to use tedlar type coatings. Often Coatings can be used in aircraft cabins to provide a cost effective ‘refresh’ or help as part of rebranding. AkzoNobel Aerospace Coatings is launching a range of cabin coatings. The ‘Aerofine’ brand stands for consistent, durable  performance, easy application, and value for money while been totally VOC compliant (most products are waterborne single component products). They will consist of a waterborne topcoat, a waterborne primer/surfacer and an almost solvent free pinhole filler. These will be supplemented by a unique touchup repair kit that can be used between flights (i.e., overnight). A mixing facility that can be installed within the customer's hangar (Mix2win) means that small amounts can be produced 24/7 to assist the MRO or airline get paint quickly when an AOG situation occurs. The quick drying of the Aerofine products mean that process times are shorter then with solvent based products and enable too the application of special effects within very short time periods. For more information visit www.akzonobel.com/aerospace.

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AkzoNobel two-component coatings

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AkzoNobel Aerospace Coatings offers fast, easy, professional paint touch-ups and repairs with a convenient two-component (epoxies and polyurethanes) aerosol. There's no mixing and no clean-up when utilizing spray gun performance in a simple aerosol. These coatings are approved for use by the U.S. Navy and Air Force (Mil-PRF-23377 and Mil-PRF-85285) and meet the requirements of Boeing BMS10-72. For more information visit www.anac.com or call (847) 625-3351.

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Aerospace coatings primer

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ANAC's 10P20-44M is a primer that is designed to work with conventional pretreatments on rivet heads to promote adhesion and significantly reduce rivet rash. Benefits include: qualified to BMS 10-72 Type IX; optimal topcoat adhesion and adhesion to rivet areas; forgiving over difficult substrates; fast dry time; and excellent resistance to fluid, corrosion, and rain erosion For more information, visit

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Akzo Nobel aircraft coatings

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A range of Special Effect Coatings, which provide airlines and aircraft livery designers with an 'exciting' and unprecedented choice of colors and design options, is available from Akzo Nobel Aerospace Coatings (ANAC). Designers can select from Mica-based finishes or Iridescent/'Interference' finishes. Mica-based finishes are offered in 'Satin', 'Crystal', and 'Diamond' effects and provide a sparkling, metallic-look finish that can appear silk-like, smooth and shimmery (Satin), a subtle glitter (Crystal), or star-like, sparkling (Diamond). There are two topcoat ranges with identical end results: one approved by Boeing and one by Airbus. Special colors, to match or create corporate identities, can be supplied quickly to order. Iridescent or 'Interference' finishes provide a completely different visual experience. These coatings change the color of an aircraft, depending on the lighting and the viewing angle. An aircraft can, for example, appear royal blue from one viewpoint, and purple from another. Iridescent effects are a distinctive way to combine colors for an unusual, eye-catching finish. For more information visit www.anac.com or call (847) 625-3335.

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High performance aircraft coatings

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In another first, Akzo Nobel Aerospace Coatings (ANAC) is packaging high performance aircraft coatings into convenient, easy to use, two-component aerosols. The aerosol pack's unique design separates the base component from the curing solution. A simple activation step mixes the two components, preparing the product for use. The aerosol unit utilizes advanced technology to produce a high quality finish similar to that expected from an HVLP spray gun- far better than the results normally achieved with traditional aerosols. "This product will simplify and improve the quality of aircraft touch-ups, increase the longevity of a paint job, and ultimately reduce the total cost of maintaining the appearance of a fleet," commented John Griffin, General Manager, ANAC Americas. ANAC currently packages Mil-PRF-85285, Mil-PRF-23377, and BMS 10-72 coatings in the two-component aerosol units. Each can is capable of touching up 12-20 square feet of surface area, saving time normally needed for mixing and clean-up, and minimizing waste. The aerosol, says ANAC, is the perfect touch-up tool, capable of producing invisible repairs, even on special-effect mica liveries.

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