Warranty for Architectural Aluminium

Interpon D is a warranty-grade powder coatings range engineered specifically for architectural aluminium applications.

This range includes several coating technologies designed to meet the various AAMA standards requirements.


Warranty name Interpon D3020 Fluoromax® Interpon D2525  Interpon D1000 Domestic Residential
Warranty logo D3020 Fluoromax 30 Yr Warranty D1000 Warranty 10 Yr Warranty
Warranty level Platinum Gold Bronze
Film integrity warranty* 30 years 25 years 10 years
Color retention warranty* 20 years 15 years 10 years
AAMA 2603
AAMA 2604
AAMA 2605
Building Code of Australia Suitable for all BCA classes

Any building, any height

Suitable for all BCA classes

Any building, any height

Suitable only for BCA Class 1 and 10

Domestic residential only

Up to 3 storeys

Must be > 100 metres from salt water

Coating technology TGIC-Free Fluoropolymer TGIC-Free Ultra Durable Polyester TGIC-Free Durable Polyester
Environmental credentials Eligible for Green Star points Eligible for Green Star points Eligible for Green Star points
 *Applicable only when applied to aluminium by an Interpon D Approved Applicator


 Interpon Specification Guide

Interpon Commercial Collection 

 Interpon D3020 Fluoromax® Color Card

 Interpon D2015 Ultriva™ Color Card

 Interpon Living Colors Color Card



What standards do Interpon D products meet?

Interpon D product range meet the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) and Standards Australia.

AAMA standards are the globally recognised specification, performance requirement and test procedure for organic coatings on aluminium extrusions and panels as set out by the American Architectural Manufacturers Association. The standards assist architects, owners and contractors to specify coatings for aluminium applications that will provide and maintain a minimum level of performance.

AS3715 for ‘Metal Finishing – Thermoset powder coating for architectural applications of aluminium and aluminium alloys’ sets out the Australian standards required for pre-treatment, application and performance of powder coatings on aluminium substrates.

What is the Building Code of Australia (BCA)?
The Building Code of Australia (BCA) provides a nationally accepted and uniform set of technical requirements for all areas of building, from design to construction. Developed by the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) on behalf of the Commonwealth, State and Territory Governments, the BCA is referred to as the building regulation in all States and Territories – 2010 – these are the regulatory Australian guide lines which defines construction requirements for residential and commercial projects.

How are the warranties issued?

Only Interpon D Approved Applicators can offer warranties on the architectural product range for architectural aluminium applications.

A project certificate outlining the project and product details will be issued to the Approved Applicator upon completion of work.

What is the difference between an Interpon D Approved Applicator and non-Approved Applicator?

Our network of approved applicators are regularly assessed against comprehensive criteria and rigorous application guidelines. Quality controlled to best in class standards to ensure their pre-treatment and application procedures meet these strict guidelines.

These standards are designed to ensure the application process is adhered to in accordance with the requirements of both AkzoNobel, and global industry standards, ensuring the highest level of customer satisfaction possible.

What happens if I do not use an Interpon D Approved Applicator?

The components will not be eligible for warranty.

How do I become an Interpon Approved Applicator?

You can apply to become an Interpon Approved Applicator. Once we receive your request, we will contact you to discuss the next steps.