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Metal Colour Shield

GuardIT® Metal Colour Shield is an environmentally responsible, single pack, water-based decorative protective coating. Metal Colour Shield supersedes all traditional coating systems as it can be applied on both ferrous and non-ferrous metals without the need of a primer protecting metal from rust, corrosion and chemical attack. Ideally used for the protection of metal bridges, rail barriers, marine, industrial and all other metal infrastructure.

Reasons to choose Metal Colour Shield:

  • Cost-effective, long-lasting
  • Water-based, single pack application
  • UV protection & colourfast
  • Non-toxic, non-hazardous
  • Available in a large range of colours
  • No primer required
  • For ferrous & non-ferrous metals
  • User-friendly, easy to apply

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Superior Protection

GuardIT Metal Colour Shield is a proactive solution designed to ensure the integrity and longevity of infrastructure, eliminating the need for costly repairs or premature replacement of damaged infrastructure.

Unlike traditional decorative coating systems, which have limited bondage to the substrate, resulting in the shortened life span and protection of the asset, our innovative GuardIT Metal Colour Shield coating system chemically bonds itself to GuardIT Metal Primer Paint.

This exceptional bonding quality prevents the intrusion of water and water-borne salts, carbon and sulphuric acids, thereby greatly reducing the damaging effects of moisture penetration into the metal surface, such as rusting and abrasion.

GuardIT Metal Colour Shield provides long-term protection and will extend the lifespan of major infrastructure, providing outstanding protection against chloride ion attack, carbonation attack, abrasion, mould, grime and the elements.

Water-Based Technology

This water-based technology supersedes and outperforms all traditional toxic and harmful two pack solvent-based technologies and is at the forefront of both performance and adherence to the global environmental regulations regarding volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.

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