Wear resistant product range for coating and joining timber aimed to protect cellulose-containing materials from detrimental impact of moulds, fungi and bacteria.
Production of GEOFIP™ geopolymer solutions imitates naturally-occurring formation of minerals in the Earth’s crust. Innovative technology of manufacturing provides unique characteristics of geopolymers: safety and harmlessness to human health, increased durability, resistance to aggressive environment impact, temperature change, adverse weather conditions, acid vapours and radiation.
Geopolymers ensures environmental stability, inasmuch as they contain only the non-organic components and are free from synthetic additives. There are no specific requirements for GEOFIP products’ disposal when their shelf life or operating term is over. They can be recycled and applied as construction filler.
Geopolymer products transformed the traditional approach to paint, coating and adhesive production, leading new technological trend to the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
GEOFIP ANTI-GRAFFITI paint creates hydrophobic vapour-permeable coat, which doesn’t age during exposure to UV radiation due to its geopolymer base. Spray paint, glue, sticky tapes, chewing gum and letterings written with highlighter pens left on the coated surface are removed easily with only warm water. Anti-graffiti coating dries quickly (up to 30 min), then becomes weatherproof progressively, and protects the substrate from detrimental impact of moulds and fungi.
GEOFIP team designed the unique product range aiming to prevent acid corrosion and detrimental effect of salt solutions (up to 7 pH).
GEOFIP™ chemical resistant coatings are provided to protect metal and mineral structures which are operating in aggressive environment or under condition of turbulent flow of liquids in sewage and drainage systems, or in water treatment facilities and other industrial enterprises.
GEOFIP team prepared some interesting facts about foundation and ruination of cultural heritage monuments. The story could unfold differently in case that modern geopolymer based adhesive solutions, paints and coatings were implemented to their reparation.
Perhaps, “Old Saint-Paul” could welcome tourists nowadays, if fire resistant coating was applied to its wooden roof in time. And, perhaps, the citizens of blue Chefchaouen would not be used to repaint the walls few times per year if they had been offered to apply geopolymer paints resistant to ultraviolet radiation. Who knows?