Siloxycoat is highly cost-effective in urban architecture and transport infrastructure maintenance programmes
Owners and maintenance managers of buildings, whether public or private, will quickly appreciate the reduced costs of maintaining finishes which can resist all but the heaviest forms of vandalism and dirt.
Marker pens, spray paints, fly posters - and the normal accumulations of atmospheric city dirt - find it almost impossible to adhere to surfaces which have been treated with Siloxycoat.
The best time for treatment of street architecture is obviously when new (preferably as part of the installation process), or when a refurbishment programme is planned.
The same applies to all urban public transport. Any large surface which stays still for any period of time is at risk of being defaced, and painted surfaces are much cheaper to keep clean if contaminants simply cannot adhere in the first place. Click here to see demo.
Siloxycoat treatment could be one of the most cost-effective elements of any urban installation, maintenance or refurbishment programme.
Benefits of Siloxycoat to councils and transport systems:
• Resistant to graffiti and poster glue
• Long term cost-effectiveness
• Exceptional adhesion to substrate
• Outstanding durability
• Easy-to-clean properties
• Excellent corrosion resistance
• UV resistance
• Simple application methods
• Ambient temperature curing
• Chemical resistance
• Clear / transparent
Manufacturing in the UK
ISO 9001 - 2008 accredited
Telephone: 01422 847671
Painted hoardings are always
a temptation to unauthorised graffiti artists and fly posters
Newly installed Bus and Tram shelters can now stay looking 'newly installed'
All accessible signage is
at risk, and Siloxycoat allows easy marker / paint removal
Buses, Trams and Trains are
at risk when off-shift and static