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Petersen PAC-CLAD

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About Petersen PAC-CLAD

Petersen Aluminum Corporation (a Carlisle Company) was founded in 1965 as a metals service center to the architectural metal industry. PAC-CLAD is a versatile pre-finished sheet metal coating of 70% polyvinylidene fluoride (Kynar) that is applied to G-90 galvanized steel, galvalume steel or prime quality aluminum. Originally developed for use in abrasive environments, PAC-CLAD has proven to be ideally suited for applications in roofing, wall, curtainwall, storefront and trim applications. PAC-CLAD is now available in 45 colors carefully selected to complement a range of building materials.

Matching Petersen PAC-CLAD Paint Colors

MyPerfectColor is able match all of the Petersen PAC-CLAD colors so you can find and enjoy the colors you love. MyPerfectColor uses its expert capabilities to recreate the original Petersen PAC-CLAD color by matching the original Petersen PAC-CLAD color books and swatches.

The colors shown on this website are computer video simulations of the Petersen PAC-CLAD Color and may not match Petersen PAC-CLAD Color standards. Refer to Petersen PAC-CLAD Publications to obtain the accurate color. Please know that MyPerfectColor is matching the original Petersen PAC-CLAD color. If you intend to touch up paint that has been on your walls for years, know that your color has undoubtedly changed from the original due to exposure to light and age and the new paint may not match. You will achieve best results by re-coating the entire surface.

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