Capa™ in coatings

Jesper Fahlen
Jesper Fahlen
Global Product Manager Caprolactones
+46 40 635 88 59

Capa for coatingsTargeting precision, performance & lifelong advantages

Capa™ polycaprolactone coatings cover all the angles – superb impact, scratch, abrasion, chemical, UV and weather resistance. Coating formulations with Capa™ give products lifelong protection, performance and premium looks.

If your business is high performance coatings, such as automotive, marine, wood, radcure, and flooring then Capa™ may be ideal for your next formulation. Capa™ offers a longer life of premium performance and appearance along with lower servicing and maintenance costs. It can also significantly improve your sustainability profile with low VOC and long life protection.

Performance advantages                      Processing advantages

Best-in-class performance properties:               1. Easy to prepare and apply
 Exceptional impact resistance and flexibility         2. No compromise on film hardness
 Best in-class abrasion resistance                         3. Boosts the coating’s properties as a resin modifier                                                                                  4. Low viscosity ideal for low VOC formulations 
                                                                                5. More environmentally friendly coating

Outstanding lifelong resistance:                    
Superb weather resistance and protection from chemicals.
Perfect for substrates sensitive to heat
Remains flexible at low temperatures.
Minimizes effects of corrosion to reduce need for ongoing servicing.  

High quality finish & appearance: 
Coatings look good longer
Self-healing anti scratch 
UV resistant high gloss finish

Put Capa™ to the test! Capa™ likes a challenge, so why not begin your process of discovery by using Capa™ Product Selector

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