Fluropon Classic II is a two-coat fluoropolymer system that utilizes Sherwin-Williams’ proprietary formulation of aluminum and mica-based pigmentation to deliver the bold metallic appearance of the Pinal County Attorney’s Office. The fluoropolymer alloy contains a 70% polyvinylidene difluoride (PVDF) resin to deliver an exterior metal finish that provides lasting durability. "We wanted to use copper-colored panels, but due to the cost, we couldn't. Instead, we have a custom color-changing metallic paint on the panels that change colors from a bronzy copper to a darker patinaed metal color as the sun moves throughout the day," said Hans Papke, the project's lead architect from DLR Group.
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