AkzoNobel launches Dulux products providing sustainable solutions

AkzoNobel launches Dulux products providing sustainable solutions

10:38 AM, 4th February 2019
Dulux paint

BENGALURU, INDIA: AkzoNobel introduced two revolutionary products in the Dulux Professional catalogue. Dulux Professional Weathershield TR E2000 and Dulux Professional Weathershield Creation Stonetex are scientifically formulated to ensure durability and are designed to meet the needs and professional requirements in residential, commercial, education, healthcare or hospitality sector.

Dulux Professional Weathershield TR E2000, a super durable exterior paint is powered by TimeResistTM technology- prevents fading, algae resistance and dirt retention. It has a longer maintenance cycle of over 15 years reducing its the carbon footprint by over 50%. The product, has also been enhanced with SunReflect™ technology that reduces exterior surface temperature by up to 5°C.

Dulux Professional Weathershield Creation Stonetex is a premium stone-like texture coating that provides natural stone effect. This water-based textured coating paint contains selected natural and synthetic UV-resistant coloured stones and aggregates bound by 100% acrylic polymer. It is suitable for both Exterior & Interior application. 

“Over the years, AkzoNobel has built a very strong foundation for sustainability and is demonstrated by a consistently high position on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI). The entire Dulux Professional range is certified under GreenPro by CII-GBC and by GRIHA under high-SRI for exteriors,” said Rajiv Rajgopal, MD, AkzoNobel India. 

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