Hertfordshire, UK (PRWEB UK) 26 September 2012
Promain, suppliers of industrial paints and surface coatings, were privileged recently to use their specialism for a high profile floating restaurant on the Thames.
The company’s expertise is providing surface coating technology and the best paints to a variety of businesses. They have an extensive working knowledge of the materials and technologies available for a range of treatments, from floor paints, oils and varnishes to marine boat paint and school playground graphics.
It is a very specialist service they provide and therefore they have to be on the cutting edge of techniques and materials. This is why they were chosen to give the floating restaurant an anti-slip floor paint treatment which will ensure that diners can relax and enjoy the experience of dining on the Thames, safely and without danger of slipping.
Anti-slip is just one of the many types of floor paint Promain provide, for a range of services including industrial, commercial and domestic application. No matter what your needs, Promain will have a suitable paint, stain, oil, primer, thinner, cleaner or whatever else it is you need.
For this particular project, Promain used Centrecoat water based line marking paint; a fast drying water reducible paint covering 42 linear metres per litre at 10mm wide lines. It is touch dry in less than 10 minutes and adding water to it increases the drying time, making it an incredibly time effective and efficient solution.
The Thames floating restaurant can now be added to an extensive list of happy customers over the course of 23 years from Promain – including The Metropolitan police, many County Councils and Local Authorities.
Promain paints range from anti-slip paints to metal coating paints, fire resistant paints and solar reflective paints, as the company understand that their customers’ needs are as varying as the services they provide.
Promain are approved distributors for many of the world's leading paint and surface coatings manufacturers such as Rust-Oleum, Sika, Ameron (now PPG ), Leigh’s Thermoguard Intumescent coatings and many others. Please take a look at their website http://www.promain.co.uk to see their products in more detail.