Brown Jordan aluminum collections undergo a rigorous finishing treatment that results in world-class, enduring furniture for outdoors or in.
Hand-made frames are prepared for painting via a meticulous process in which welded joints are ground to achieve a uniform dimension.
Far surpassing industry standards, each frame is then hand-sanded, buffed and polished to achieve a smooth surface, allowing for superior adhesion of the powder coat process.
Each frame is washed to remove remaining particles from the grind and buff process.
The bath is followed by a clean water rinse and then treated with a Chroma-Coat solution that acts as a sealant and bonding agent for the final powder coat finish. The frame is rinsed again and heat dried.
The hybrid primer base coat sealant is an epoxy/polyester blend that prepares the frame to receive its finish coat.
This blended bonding agent is specially formulated to adhere to aluminum.
The epoxy grabs the metal as the polyester simultaneously grabs the top powder coat.
The outcome is an advanced, integrated bond resulting in exceptional paint separation resistance while allowing for exceptional color and gloss retention.
The primer coat alone, even before application of the final Ultra Fuse™ powder coat, achieves superior UV and salt spray resistance providing for significant barrier against corrosion, far exceeding industry standards.
The Ultra Fuse™ powder coat final finish is applied with an electrostatic technique that creates a complete and uniform coating on the bends, curves and corners of each frame.
The result is an attractive, durable, high-quality finish that will not flake, peel or blister and will be enjoyed for generations.