Press Release Summary:
SHERTHANE(TM) 2K URETHANE 2-component, aliphatic acrylic modified, urethane enamel is chemical and abrasion resistant and VOC compliant. It cures to durable, high-gloss, weather-resistant finish, providing long-term substrate protection. Coating may be applied to properly primed steel, galvanized metal, aluminum, and concrete. It is suitable for use in USDA inspected facilities.
Original Press Release:
New Sherthane(TM) 2K Urethane from Sherwin-Willaims Delivers High-Quality Appearance and Heavy-Duty Durability
New coating is ideal for high visibility industrial environments
(CLEVELAND, June 15, 2002) - When industrial environments in high visibility areas call for a heavy-duty urethane coating, new SHERTHANE(TM) 2K URETHANE from Sherwin-Williams Industrial and Marine Coatings group delivers the appearance and high performance needed.
SHERTHANE 2K URETHANE is a chemical and abrasion resistant, two-component, VOC compliant, aliphatic acrylic modified urethane enamel. The fast-dry coating saves applicators time and cures to a durable, high gloss, weather-resistant finish, providing long-term substrate protection.
SHERTHANE 2K URETHANE is suitable for use in USDA inspected facilities and is recommended for use in industrial environments ranging from offshore platforms, paper mills, power plants and clean rooms to bridges, steel tank exteriors, structural steel, chemical processing equipment and marine applications. It may be applied to properly primed steel, galvanized metal, aluminum and concrete.
Sherwin-Williams Industrial and Marine Coatings group serves North America with a broad line of high-performance coatings, comprehensive technical service, and the industry's largest distribution network. Relying on more than 130 years of experience in formulating industrial coatings, the group provides cost-effective solutions for applications where extreme corrosion, abrasion and chemical attack are present. Visit Sherwin-Williams on the World Wide Web at www.sherwin-williams.com.
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