Protectapeel is a liquid applied, temporary peelable protective coating
designed for use on most non-porous surfaces
Spraylat International Ltd is dedicated to designing, manufacturing and providing our customers with innovative products, using the latest in peelable technology. Protectapeel is a liquid applied protective, peelable coating which forms a skin tight bond with most non-porous surfaces. The tough coating is designed to protect most non-porous surfaces such as glass, windows, steel, GRP, metals, acrylic and concrete against damage including:
•Scratches •Weld Spatter •Paint Over Spray •Rust •Dirt and Dust •Weathering •Abrasion
Protectapeel can be peeled from the surface, condensed into a small ball and either recycled or disposed of safely in domestic waste.
Storage & Preservation
Marine & Shipping
Nuclear & Asbestos
Sign & Paint
Stadium & Studio
Case studies & Downloads
Protectapeel Hotpeel provides protection against damage to glass surfaces, small metal parts and other non-porous surfaces during processes such as transportation, storage, installation and throughout the construction process. Protectapeel Hotpeel is applied by roller coater, cures within 3-5 seconds and is suitable for in-line processing. For more information click here to see our Protectapeel Hotpeel brochure.
Due to the versatility of Protectapeel our products can protect many different surfaces from numerous forms of damage. This is why Protectapeel is used and trusted in various sectors. For more information click here: The uses of protectapeel.pdf
Introducing our newest product, Protectapeel Boothstrip 4000 - a liquid applied, temporary protective coating that can be applied to any spray booth. Until 31st March 2015 we are offering a Buy One Get One Free Promotion on 15kg tubs of Protectapeel Boothstrip 4000. With increasing concerns on greenhouse gases, global warming and pollution - this environmentally friendly product is the answer to your spray booth protection needs! For more information about Protectapeel Boothstrip 4000 click here.
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