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Chlorinated Rubber

Developed for concrete and steel floors, our high-performance chlorinated rubber paints and coatings produce tough colourful floors that withstand a wide range of chemical spillage, including oil, with ISO certifications.

Available in hundreds of quick drying RAL and BS colours for matching existing corporate schemes, chlorinated rubber paints are ideal for leisure and healthcare facilities, agricultural, and road maintenance such as road markings.

Our Technical Support Team are on hand to advise on the best solution for your needs - contact them on 0113 2455450 (option 2) or send a message to [email protected].

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Hydron Nu-Base Chlorinated Rubber

Nu-Base Chlorinated Rubber Floor paint is a fast drying finish based on chlorinated rubber resin, giving good adhesion and exterior durability. Good resistance to petrol, paraffin and mineral oil spillage For use on metal and concrete, and ideal for use in swimming and paddling pools RAL and BS colours available More Information...

Price £135.00 (ex. VAT)
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Tor Torsan Swimming Pool Paint

Tor Torsan Swimming Pool Paint is a decorative/protective matt finish for concrete swimming and paddling pools. It is a chlorinated rubber binder pigmented with inorganic pigments and extenders and thinned with Aromatic Hydrocarbon Solvent. Use with Tor TH19 for thinning/cleaning when required Reduces harmful mould and bacteria by over...

Price £87.91 (ex. VAT)
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Flag Chlorinated Rubber - Roadline Paint

Flag Chlorinated Rubber - Roadline Paint is an extremely hard-wearing chemical resistant paint, which is ideal for use where conditions require a degree of chemical and water resistance. Typical examples include swimming pools, manhole covers and metal tanks. Also excellent for road markings where high visibility and durability is a must...

Price £43.38 (ex. VAT)
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