PPG Introduces AUE-370YL High-Hiding Yellow Urethane Base
STRONGSVILLE, Ohio – October 9, 2013 – PPG Commercial Coatings has launched AUE-370YL, a key addition to its family of CPC/LIC high-hiding yellow resin bases. AUE-370YL is a yellow tint base intended to provide increased hiding at lower-dry film builds for select industrial colors.
AUE-370YL will provide users of direct-to-metal technology with approximately 30-35 percent better hiding on yellow colors. The increased hiding capability creates faster production throughput and cost savings for the end user since fewer coats are required.
“The same colors that were identified for the previous two high-hiding resins from the CPC color selector were chosen and formulated with AUE-370YL,” said Steve Podlas, brand manager for PPG Commercial Coatings. “This new resin base displays significantly enhanced hiding qualities. For the end user this means reduced material and labor expenditures. We think this is exactly what our customers want and expect—better results and lower costs.”
AUE-370YL, like AUE-370, is an easy-to-use, direct-to-metal 2.8 lbs./gal. high solids VOC urethane that is part of the CPC family of topcoat products. This resin allows for high build of the topcoat using a variety of application equipment including airless.
PPG Commercial Coatings offers a full range of coating technologies for the commercial transportation and light industrial markets, including polyurethanes, alkyds, epoxies, polyurea, waterborne, pretreatment chemicals and powder coatings. PPG Commercial Coatings products are marketed under several brand names including Delfleet® Evolution, Delfleet Essential®, Commercial Performance Coatings and Amercoat®.
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