Hempel Blue Series Launched in India

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Friday, December 20, 2013

A new range of protective coatings, the Blue Series offers customers advanced Hempel technology at a competitive price. Launched in India in September this year, the Blue Series includes a full range of products for new construction and maintenance in a number of applications.

The Blue Series is a new range of primers, intermediates and polyurethane topcoats designed specifically for the infrastructure, power generation and steel fabrication industries.

Hempel said its existing global assortment is suitable for application across all continents and provides corrosion protection in the most aggressive environments. Hempel’s new Blue Series targets areas with mild conditions.

According to Hempel’s Marketing and Business Development Manager Prasad Talvelkar, the result is a range of products that gives customers consistent Hempel quality at a competitive price.

“Many applications in the pre-engineered building and OEM sectors, as well as maintenance applications in various other industries, require good anti-corrosive coatings that are easy to apply,” Prasad Talvelkar explained.

Hempel’s Blue Series will be available countrywide, either directly through Hempel or via authorized Hempel distributors and dealers.

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