Coatings play a crucial role in protecting, enhancing, and adding functionality to various surfaces and materials. They can be used in the form of liquid, powder, or other materials on various surfaces and create a protective layer that improve durability, appearance and performance. Coatings are used in a wide range of industries, including automotive, construction, aerospace, electronics, marine and many others.
One of the primary functions of coatings is to provide protection against environmental factors. They act as a barrier, shielding surfaces from corrosion, UV radiation, moisture, chemicals and abrasion. By preventing direct contact between the surface and potentially damaging elements, coatings help to extend the lifespan and maintain the integrity of materials, structures, and products.
Embrace environmental responsibility with Triconor’s UV absorbers and light stabilizers
As companies strive to meet environmental regulations and reduce their ecological footprint, the demand for low-VOC or zero VOC solutions is increasing at both national and regional levels. By offering such eco-friendly options, corporations aim to minimize environmental and health impacts while promoting energy efficiency during product use, aligning with their sustainability goals.
To address these evolving needs, Triconor distributes a comprehensive series of UV absorbers and light stabilizers. These additives, specially formulated to be compatible with various systems, catering to the requirements of innovative, low-VOC or zero VOC formulations.
Elevate weather resistance and longevity of wood surfaces with Triconor
Whether for indoor or outdoor applications, the damaging effects of light on wood surfaces and coatings can be reduced by the use of appropriate light stabilizers and UV absorbers. Triconor offers a comprehensive series of UV absorbers and light stabilizers specifically designed to enhance weather-resistance for both clear coats and wood substrates.
With these innovative solutions, you can ensure the longevity and visual appeal of your wood products. Our UV absorbers and light stabilizers effectively mitigate the detrimental impact of light exposure, providing extended service life and keeping the appearance glossy and bright over the long term.
Explore enhanced protection for industrial coatings with Triconor
Industrial coatings offer more than just an aesthetic surface, they provide crucial protective features such as anti-corrosion, anti-flame, and antistatic properties. These coatings, commonly applied to steel structures found in bridges, ships, docks, pipelines, and other outdoor environments for long-term use. However, the exposure to UV light poses a significant challenge, leading to the degradation of coatings and subsequent loss of color, gloss, surface protection, and durability of the underlying steel structure.
Triconor understands the importance of overcoming these challenges. We distribute a series of UV absorbers and light stabilizers which effectively inhibit the degradation of coating films. Innovative solutions improve the weather resistance of industrial paintings and help protect the materials beneath while keeping the appearance glossy and bright.
Discover enhanced protection for automotive coatings with Triconor
Automotive coatings play a crucial role in both high-temperature OEM applications and refinishing processes. Their primary function is to provide stability and durability in various environmental conditions, including exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light, humidity, pollutants, and more.
To combat automotive paint degradation, yellowing, and chalking caused by UV light, Triconor offers a comprehensive solution. Eversorb™ benzotriazole and triazine additives, in combination with the hindered amine light stabilizer (HALS) series, effectively maintain paint gloss and enhance weather-resistance capacity. With Triconor’s advanced additive technologies, you can ensure your automotive coatings withstand the test of time and environmental challenges. Innovative solutions provide superior protection against UV-induced degradation, preserving the vibrant appearance and performance of automotive paint.