About Our Company
Finishes Unlimited, Inc.
An ISO 9001:2008 certified company
Finishes Unlimited, headquartered in Sugar Grove, Illinois, has been a coating manufacturer for more than 47 years. Today, the company specializes in the development, manufacture and marketing of environmentally compliant industrial coatings for use by OEM manufacturers, including waterborne air dry and bake enamel coatings.
In keeping with its strategy to provide environmentally compliant coatings for all manufacturers, Finishes Unlimited has also developed the ultimate in low VOC coatings, a line of Ultraviolet Cured Coatings containing 100 percent solids and thus emit no VOC’s or HAPs. They are designed for both ferrous as well as composite substrates such as plastic, cementitious, ceramic, engineered wood, and fiberglass substrates. These coatings are designed for exterior environments and available in a wide range of colors, stains and clear coats at various gloss levels.
Finishes Unlimited is proud to announce that the U.S. Patent Office issued Finishes Unlimited patents for “Methods For Providing Radiation Cured Coatings on Substrates” under USPTO Patent Number 8304032 and “radiation curable-coating compositions, composite and plastic materials coated with said compositions and methods for their preparation” under USPTO Patent Number 8440013.
The coatings covered under these patents are produced by Finishes Unlimited, which holds the patents, and are marketed, under license, through Composite Coatings, Inc.
Disclosed is a curable coating composition suitable for use on composite substrates such as plastic composites, cementitious composites, ceramic composites, and engineered wood, or on plastic materials. The curable coating composition comprises a multifunctional oligomer, a monomer selected from the group consisting of monofunctional monomers, difunctional monomers and mixtures thereof, a photoinitiator, a polyester resin and a polycarboxylic acid. Also disclosed is a method of coating the substrates with the curable coating composition and a coated substrate wherein the cured coating resides on the surface of the substrate.