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SuperCapSR™ Exterior Color Technology

Born from military infrared reflective technology, Quanex’s SuperCapSR™ Exterior Color Technology is a patented, co-extruded colorant system, creating a molecularly fused color layer that becomes an integral part of the profile. It absorbs less heat to help prevent heat-related profile distortion, offering outstanding color retention that lasts a lifetime.

Unlike painted vinyl, the tough acrylic color layer is 12 times more scratch-resistant and durable to withstand delivery and installation handling. SuperCapSR™ is field weather-tested in Florida, Arizona and Kentucky and meets AAMA 614 color-hold standards and AAMA 615 durability standards.

SuperCapSR™ is available on a number of Quanex window and door systems, offering bold colors to complement your next-generation, high-performance window system. Special color options may be available; contact your Quanex sales representative for information.

Technical data

  • Co-extruded, thermally fused acrylic color layers
  • Meets AAMA 615 durability standards, testing to 12 times harder than competitive paint coatings
  • Breakthrough performance, reflecting 76% of infrared light
  • Available colors to match popular clad-wood, providing added flexibility when developing window packages for upscale homes: Architectural Bronze, Black and Silver

Benefits

  • Superior surface durability
  • Long-lasting colors, 450% thicker than typical paint layers
  • Will not crack, chip, flake or chalk
  • Highly scratch-resistant, handles job site abuse better than paint, saving time and cost

Performance

  • Meets ASTM D3363 standards for surface hardness in pencil hardness units
  • SuperCapSR™ is 12 times harder than competitive paint coatings
  • Most automotive color coatings range from 4H to 6H
  • Most paint color coatings range from 2B to H

Product Literature

SuperCapSR™ Performance:

CoatingHardness
Competitive Coatings 2B
SuperCapSR9H
*Scale: 3b-2b-b-hb-f-h-2h-3h-4h-5h-6h-7h-8h-9h

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