Orca Finishings and Aluminum offers an extensive range of architectural and decorative finishes for aluminum products that meet the highest industry standards AAMA-2602-02 and AAMA2605-05 specifications
At Orca Finishings we provide quality craftsmanship, professionalism, attention to detail, and quality materials. Meeting our customers' expectations and timeline is our priority.
Orca Finishings can provide custom fabrication of storefront, curtainwall and entrance door materials from a wide variety of suppliers to meet your projects specific and demanding requirements. We can custom finish and fabricate your material in a one location that enables us to maintain the highest of quality controls.
Our in-house custom tinting service for all paint types we provide, which enables us to provide a nearly unlimited range of colours for both large and small projects. Our ability to custom match your colour inhouse enables us to provide a exceptional efficiency in the colour matching process.
PPG Duranar : Warranty approved applicators all 70% kynar coatings offer standing 20 years warranty.Duranar is available in 2 coat up to 4 coat applications defendant on the environmental requirements for your project
PPG Duracron: 1 coat baked enamel finish.
Orca Finishings also provides a full fabrication capability for all major storefront, curtainwall and entrance systems.We also excel in providing you a clear and concise quote on any job you bring us. No project is too big or small.We have extensive experience with custom hardware installation in aluminum doors and door frames.We can review your hardware schedule for your doors on the project to ensure they are compatible and recommend alternatives if needed.
Thermal Fill & Debridging:
To maintain the highest levels of quality and customer satisfaction, Orca Finishings pour and debridge operations are centered exclusively around industry standard structural polyurethane systems, that are specifically designed to work in conjunction with today's high performance finishes.
The two-component polyurethane polymers are dispensed into an extruded thermal barrier channel where they react to become a structural insulating polymer. Afterward, the metal web connecting the channel in the extrusion is removed by a debridging machine to produce the final thermal barrier composite structure. See how thermal fill & debridging is done
Fill and debridge samples are routinely submitted for testing in accordance with standards of the American Architectural Manufacturer's Association (AAMA) and ASTM International. Likewise, the quality control test procedures and analysis that are preformed at Orca Finishings before and during processing ensure the material quality throughout the manufacturing process.