Our primers and topcoats have changed! You'll still be able to get both products, with the same product codes, however some of which will now come under different branding according to our sister Group companies.
These changes affect the following products:
Current vs. New Product Details
You won't find these products on our website but that doesn't mean they're not available! We'll be reissuing our customer pricing cards, which will reflect the changes on these products.
Most importantly, the full compatibility with Nullifire intumescent steel coatings is still guaranteed and, you'll still be able to get the full steel protection system from a single partner!
You may be familiar with our new Technical Drawing Details by now and we honestly hope you’re finding these useful. Each of these documents contain a unique reference number, which you might not find very intuitive at first. This number serves as a key point for our Technical team's future interactions, enabling precise communication and problem-solving.
In recent years, the construction industry has faced significant challenges regarding building safety, particularly in the realm of fire protection. The Grenfell Tower tragedy in 2017 exposed critical gaps in building safety regulations and sparked a nationwide call for change.
Polyurethane (PU) products are known to be versatile, innovative and safe – whilst they are used in a variety of applications in construction, packaging, automotive industry and many more – these products are made by reacting diisocyanates and polyols.