Paint Pen Introduced For Touch-Up Work On PAC-CLAD Metal Panels
Elk Grove Village, IL - The new PAC-CLAD Paint Pen is a convenient way to quickly, neatly and effectively touch up scratches and other damage to the PAC-CLAD finish. Applying PAC-CLAD touch-up paint protects the metal substrate and returns a building’s
architectural metal façade to its intended appearance.
The paint pens contain .28 ounces of PAC-CLAD paint and can be shipped anywhere they are needed. PAC-CLAD paint pens are available for standard colors, which do not include metallic, weathered copper, weathered steel, wood grain or ore finishes. Local
Petersen sales representative can be contacted ordering and pricing. Petersen’s PAC-CLAD sales reps can be identified using the rep locator
“The PAC-CLAD paint pen is an improvement that makes Petersen’s customers’ lives a little bit easier,” said Mike Weis, vice president, sales and marketing. “This handy new offering will provide a simple solution for minor
Using the paint pen is simple. With the cap on, shake the pen well. Before first use, push the felt tip in and out repeatedly on scrap cardboard. Then apply the felt tip lightly to the scratched or nicked area. If needed, gently wipe the area with a soft
cloth to remove excess paint. Allow paint to dry and set. The shelf life of the paint in the pens is one year, and should be stored with the cap tightly secured and in a horizontal position.
The previously available 2-ounce bottles will be offered as special orders with longer lead times.
Petersen, a Carlisle company, manufactures PAC-CLAD architectural metal cladding systems in multiple gauges of steel and aluminum. PAC-CLAD products include wall panel systems, standing seam roof panel systems, flush- and reveal-joint wall panels, vented or solid soffit panels, perforated metal, coil and flat sheet, composite panels, column covers, plus fascia and coping. All are available in a Kynar-based 70% PVDF Fluropon coating in 46 standard colors plus simulated finishes that include a 35-year finish warranty. Most colors meet LEED requirements and are rated by the Cool Roof Rating Council. Custom colors and weathertightness warranties are offered. BIM and CAD documents are available for most products. Founded in 1965, Petersen’s facilities are located in Illinois, Georgia, Texas, Maryland, Arizona and Washington. For information on the complete
line of Petersen’s PAC-CLAD metal products, call 800-PAC-CLAD, visit www.pac-clad.com or write to email@example.com.