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Coatings & Linings for Long-term Corrosion Prevention Protective Coatings


For over 100 years we have been supplying high performance coatings systems globally, to protect award winning architectural structures including the Media-TIC Building, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sage, Gateshead. Our wide range of coatings solutions include our Interchar® products and our Interfi ne®


passive fi re protection high performance fi nishes.


SeaShield marine pile protection Protal spray applied pipe coating


Cost-Effective Premier Protection Backed by Meaningful Warranties


Q 09303 Premier Coatings Ltd Tel: +44 (0)1233-770663 ● Fax: +44 (0)1233-770633


Email: enquiries@premiercoatings.com ● Website www.premiercoatings.com A MEMBER OF WINN & COALES INTERNATIONAL LTD


For Maintenance or New Works in Marine and other Aggressive Environments!


pc.communication@akzonobel.com www.international-pc.com/infrastructure ,


and all product names mentioned are trademarks of AkzoNobel. © AKZONOBEL 2013.


Interchar


Fire Protection Bridges Coatings


Airports Finishes Steel Intercrete Tall Buildings


Interfi ne New Construction Maintenance


High Performance


Interthane Concrete


Stadia


Our thickness gauges and flaw detectors are rugged, reliable and accurate


Whether you are inspecting in the factory or the Arctic Circle, Elcometer NDT’s range of rugged, hand-held thickness gauges and flaw detectors are fast, accurate and easy to use.


www.elcometerndt.com Thickness Gauges - Flaw Detectors - Underwater Gauges - Bolt Tension Meters - Data Management Software


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