New Brochure Highlights PPG Certified Applicator™ (PPG/CAP) Program

The PPG coil and extrusion coatings group has published a new brochure highlighting its new Certified Applicator™ Program (PPG/CAP).The program is modeled after the Certified Fabricator™ Program (PPG/CFP) PPG developed to serve the architectural glass market.

Architects and building owners who purchase their coatings from a PPG Certified Applicator receive a full range of benefits, including access to an elite group of commercial coating applicators who are certified by PPG to apply high-performance exterior coatings such as Duranar® and Coraflon® fluoropolymer coatings to metal architectural components.

To become part of the PPG/CAP program, participants undergo an auditing process that PPG says encompasses all aspects of the coating process, from cleaning and pre-treating of the metal substrate to the actual application of the coating.

The audit also specifies paint application parameters and cure schedules, and how finished products should be handled, packed and shipped. There's also a continuous training and education component to the PPG/CAP program.

600450 New Brochure Highlights PPG Certified Applicator™ (PPG/CAP) Program glassonweb.com
Date: 31 August 2006
Source: ppg.com

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