|PermaRock Products Ltd.|
|Registration Date||10 Jan 2020|
|Revision Date||10 Jan 2020|
Construction Masonry MaterialsPaint
Silicon dioxideSiO2 Nanoparticle /Nanopowder CAS Number : 7631-86-9
500 balanced colour shades over the colour spectrum Inorganic pigments enable deep/dark intensive colour shades to be achieved with low air absorption and lower surface temperatures UV absorbing pigments converts aggressive UV to less harmful, longer wavelengths Two new inorganic pigments replace UV-unstable orange and blue pigments to provide unprecedented colour fastness in this part of the colour spectrum Low lightness factors, light/colour stable shades now available Achieves Colour Fastness Code A1 – the highest quality levels for binders (Class A) and pigments (Group 1) are achieved as classified by BFS (Federal Commission for Paint & Property Protection) 1300+ colour shades over the colour spectrum Good colour brilliance and colour retention Colour matching available
PermaRock has specially developed colour ranges to provide client and specifiers with the latest offerings in terms of material technology and quality whilst bringing near limitless colour options.
Whether you choose from PermaRock’s palette of over 1300 colours from our 3D-Plus and A1 colour ranges, our artificial brick slips or scratch renders, we provide clients and building designers with unprecedented freedom to create uniquely expressive façades and impressive designs.
Further dramatic shape and form can be created through simulated blockwork, shadowlines, ashlar effects and architectural profiles to add further expression.
Our Façade A1 colour range provides 500 colour shades with the highest colour brilliance and more permanent colour stability. Formulated entirely with inorganic pigments, the colour range is designed to complement PermaRock’s SiliconeUltra through-coloured renders which employ unique binder combinations.
Incorporating Nano-Quartz technology, this combination of carefully selected materials confers a number of key benefits over standard colour ranges, employed with conventional acrylic and “standard” silicone renders and coatings.