Development process of fluorocarbon aluminum plastic sheet

Fluorocarbon coating is known as the “king of coating” in the 21st century for its environmental protection, self-cleaning and long-term weather resistance. It almost covers and surpasses all the excellent performance of all kinds of traditional coating, and brings a qualitative leap for the development of coating industry. In the construction and transformation of many cities in China, fluorocarbon coating coated decorative panels are also widely used, such as Beijing International Airport, Shanghai Pudong Airport, Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Beijing IBM and MOTOROLA advertising projects, Lanzhou Petroleum Building Project, Shandong Qingdao Daily Social engineering, Chengdu Bank, Shanghai Stadium, Shanghai Long-distance Telecommunications Bureau, and Jinmao Tower, the tallest building in Asia, have used a large amount of fluorine-containing paints with good results.


Fluorocarbon aluminum veneer integrates the advantages of cover glass, aluminum plastic board and composite board, and is more luxurious and elegant, fireproof and waterproof, easy to unload, self-cleaning, high conductivity, high strength, long life and recyclable. It is a kind of high-grade green decorative material symbolizing modern decorative trend.


However, due to the complicated production process, until the end of the 1990s, the technology of this high-performance coating was still only owned by a few developed countries such as the United States and Japan. Fluorocarbon coating is applied to the surface of aluminum alloy plates, which is the fourth generation of architectural decorative materials.It has the characteristics of arbitrary shape, arbitrary color selection, light and firm, convenient installation, high performance and price ratio, and has the advantages of covering glass, aluminum-plastic board and composite board, which has been widely used in developed countries.China has been introduced and promoted in previous years and has begun to be praised by architects and developers.