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Video: ALLIGATOR Makes It Easy
2023 Author: Hannah Pearcy | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 11:39
Simple, clear, logical: The new facade color concept ensures quick and easy orientation.
The main properties of a color result from the type of binder. This fact has made ALLIGATOR FARBWERKE the basis of the new facade paint concept. To simplify the selection of the required product for the user, ALLIGATOR divides the facade color range into 3 product families. In addition to the proven Miropan silicone resin and Kieselit silicate paints, the Orbit emulsion paints can now also be found as an independent product family.
Each product family has its own color code for quick and easy orientation:
The familiar yellow for Miropan, green for the naturally silicate Kieselit products and orange for the new Orbit family.
In each product family there are 3 quality levels for the different demands on the construction site.
The new facade paint concept impresses with only 9 products that optimally cover all areas of application:
3 x 3 - simple. Clear. Logical
Further information on the ALLIGATOR facade colors can be found at www.alligator.de
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