AR Iron Achieves AAMA 2604 and AAMA 2605 Certification

The certifications were received for its Powder Coating Division.

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AR Iron gets powder coating certifications
Powder coating specialist AR Iron has received AAMA 2604 and AAMA 2605 Certification. The company went through strict quality assurance testing and is now one of only a few AAMA certified providers on the West Coast.Image courtesy of AlexanderLipko / iStock / Getty Images Plus

AR Iron has become one of the only companies in the western US to pass the rigorous testing set forth by the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) to offer AAMA 2604 and AAMA 2605-compliant powder coatings to architects, constructors, and building owners.  

AR Iron has been named to Tiger Drylac's, a manufacturer of AAMA powder coatings, list of approved AAMA 2604 and AAMA 2605 coating applicators, demonstrating its reliability and excellence in the industry. The AAMA 2604 coating offers AR Iron’s clients a five-year warranty, and the AAMA 2605 coating provides a 10-year warranty. 

“After undergoing stringent quality assurance testing, we are now one of the few companies on the west coast to achieve this certification. This further solidifies our commitment to provide the highest quality of products and services to our clientele,” said Tony Sclafani, general manager at AR Iron. “Achieving the AAMA certification is another step in the right direction to continue developing our business and becoming a leading applicator in the Southern Nevada industry.” 

The AAMA certification ensures AR Iron applies the utmost quality coatings, as it requires the powder-coated samples to undergo extensive testing, including salt spray and humidity chamber tests. These evaluations assess adhesion, gloss, and overall powder coating performance, guaranteeing resilience and longevity. 

AR Iron also specializes in iron and media blasting services.

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Established in 1983, Powder & Bulk Solids (PBS) serves industries that process, handle, and package dry particulate matter, including the food, chemical, and pharmaceutical markets.

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