TRINAR is a high-performance fluoropolymer coating containing a minimum of 70% polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) resin. This unique resin is combined with other proprietary resins and the highest quality ceramic and select inorganic pigments for the finest metal finish available.
TRINAR coatings provide a tough, durable, weather-resistant finish that top design professionals are eager to specify, and respected contractors are proud to install.
Its performance can be traced to its chemistry.
This two-coat system, using our High-Performance Primer, provides unparalleled protection against harsh environmental weathering for decades. It has a tough but flexible finish, and is perfectly suited for high-end residential, institutional and commercial applications. TRINAR meets or exceeds all requirements of AAMA 620/621 and AAMA 2605.
Its tough but flexible finish provides exceptional resistance to weathering effects such as fading and chalking. This long-term beauty and protection is ideal for a wide range of architectural features, such as metal roofing, wall panels, curtain walls, siding, canopies and fascia.
We never stop innovating.
Innovative research and development, considerable application experience and an intense commitment to fulfilling customer needs have earned AkzoNobel a reputation for quality and a position of leadership.
Production samples of TRINAR have been exposed for decades at weathering facilities in South Florida and other locations around the world. These samples are constantly being evaluated to ensure the performance of TRINAR meets what is expected by the architectural community. TRINAR coatings are providing protection on all types of buildings in locations around the globe, and have proven they are more than capable of withstanding the degrading effects of weather extremes from the equator to the arctic.
At AkzoNobel, requirements aren’t simply met. They’re exceeded.
To ensure your project receives the finest protection available, specify TRINAR, 70% PVDF Fluoropolymer Finish. All TRINAR coatings meet or exceed the stringent requirements of AAMA 620/621 and AAMA 2605, the specifications established for high-performance coatings by the American Architectural Manufacturers Association.
AkzoNobel’s TRINAR coatings are listed as Certified Premium Paint systems in the Metal Construction Association’s (MCA) Steep Slope Metal Roofing Certification Program. Premium systems represent the highest level of quality in the MCA certification program, and meet the most stringent fade, chalk and gloss requirements.