BOND IT is building on its track record of offering innovative, value adding products with the launch of its new Coloured Wood Preservers.
The business, which ranks as one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of sealants, adhesives and building chemicals, has identified the need to offer more wood treatment products under its new Wood Guard banner.
Water based alternative
With recent EU legislation banning ingredients such as propiconazole, products containing this active ingredient are currently being phased out throughout the industry. In response to this, Bond It has introduced a Coloured Wood Preserver that offers a water based alternative containing no VOCs and no propiconazole, making it safer to use.
It contains a fungicide specifically formulated for use against wood rotting, decay and staining fungi, algae, lichen and other growths on wood surfaces. It is an ideal product for the protection of outdoor timber structures such as sheds, fences, trellis, pergolas, gazebos etc and can be applied to all rough, sawn or smooth timbers.
Available in a range of durable UV fade resistant colours that provide deep penetration into timber and leave a colour finish with the natural timber grain texture still visible.
It has virtually no odour and can be applied either by brush or low pressure spray to provide lasting protection. The formulation is water-based producing a non-flammable, quick drying product and is ready to apply direct from the container. It also facilitates easy clean up of brushes and tools.
Dr Kayleigh Cox-Novak, technical manager at Bond It, says: “As a business, Bond It are quick to react to legislative changes affecting the construction industry and strive to offer safer solutions to the users of our products. The launch of Coloured Wood Preserver reflects this focus on continued innovation and improvement.”
Available in 5L tins, the Coloured Wood Preserver is being offered in Light Brown, Dark Brown and Green.
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