ANTHERM decorative thermosetting powder coatings and IONatura bacteriostatic coatings passed the scrutiny of a multidisciplinary panel of international experts to join the prestigious Materials Library, the world’s largest archive of innovative and sustainable materials and production processes.
The Materials Library is both a physical and online archive which houses over 7.000 innovative materials and production processes from around the world, divided into eight different categories: Polymers – Ceramics – Glass – Metals – Cement-based materials – Natural Materials and Natural Material Derivatives – Carbon-based materials – Production Processes.
The Library is expanded with 50 new materials and technologies every month, selected from the most interesting new products in terms of innovation, technical features and production capacity.
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The tables displaying panels painted with ANTHERM and IONatura products by Arsonsisi can be found at the international offices in New York, Bangkok, Beijing, Cologne, Daegu, Istanbul, Milan, Seoul and Shanghai of Material ConneXion®, the largest centre for research and consultancy on innovative and sustainable materials and production processes.
ANTHERM and IONatura
excellence within innovation and environmental sustainability
ANTHERM decorative thermosetting powder coatings are based on coloured, thermal insulating polyester resins designed to boost the performance of thermal insulation, reduce energy consumption and improve indoor comfort.
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IONatura bacteriostatic powder coatings have been specifically designed to counter bacterial growth and sanitise surfaces, through the broad-spectrum properties of silver ions Ag+.
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