An anti graffiti coating protects reliably all types of surfaces from damages done by spray paints and felt pens. It also acts as a protective barrier against pollution, accumulation of dirt and corrosion damages. The choice of the coating depends on the physical properties of the construction, the risks situation and customer requirements. The coating makes it easier to clean stains and accumulated dirt of all types. It also largely prevents concrete corrosion and water absorption as well as the resulting frost damages.
There are two types of anti graffiti protective coatings, film forming and non-film forming.
If a surface protected with a sacrificial coating is vandalized, the removal of the graffiti paint is easy and inexpensive.
• the sacrificial coating will come off when graffiti is removed using hot water high pressure. Another coat is then applied.
• microcrystalline wax basis
The surfaces to be protected are treated first with a penetrating sealer (permanent protection) and then with a sacrificial coating.
• combination of permanent sealer and sacrificial coating.
• prevents the graffiti paint to sink deep into the surface
• easy cleaning and long durability.
A permanent coating is designed to allow graffiti to be removed countless times. The protection coating remains unaffected and doesn't need to be renewed.
• two-component polyurethane finish (ultra mat to glossy)
• removal of graffiti up to 100 times without renewing the coating
• very easy graffiti removal
None of the currently available anti graffiti coating system offers a 100% protection against all the types of paints currently used and being further developed by graffiti vandals.
Acids added to the inks of self-made markers and feltpens can for example damage the graffiti coating and sink into the substrate. Graffiti vandals also have access to special paint additives which are very difficult to remove.