AKZO NOBEL DECORATIVE PAINTS
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AkzoNobel is the world’s leading decorative paints and performance coatings manufacturer. Our portfolio includes market-leading brands such as Cuprinol Trade, Dulux Trade, Armstead Trade, Hammerite, Polycell Trade, and Sikkens.
This page will help you to source the right brand and product from the Akzo Nobel range of Decorative Paints and Coatings.
You may use the following links to view our brand profiles on Building Products Index and access PDF Downloads for:
Dulux Trade Paints: Click Here
Armstead Trade: Click Here
Sikkens Woodcare: Click Here
Other Brands and Products:
The following Brands are not listed on Building Products Index, but you can use the links provided to access their home websites:
Formulated specifically for professional decorators by ICI Paints AkzoNobel to guarantee superb predecorative results.
Hammerite Metal Paints offer long lasting protection, plus a great looking finish for both interior and exterior metal finished.
Provide durable coatings for all types of applications from Marine to Construction.
The world leader in powder coatings. We offer effective coatings solutions for a wide range of applications, including furniture, automotive, IT, appliance, the architectural market and general industry.
With unrivalled experience and expertise, no-one knows more about landscape woodcare than Cuprinol Trade.
Further technical information is available to downlaod from the BPi download Library or by following the above links to visit the Manaufacturer’s own websites.
AkzoNobel sets pioneering carbon reduction target to help tackle climate change
AkzoNobel has become the first paints and coatings company to follow up on its commitment to setting science-based sustainability targets by announcing carbon reduction targets for the full value chain.
The company has aligned its own sustainability ambitions with the Paris agreement, which aims to limit global warming and ensure that global temperature rise does not exceed 1.5˚C above pre-industrial levels.
AkzoNobel’s target is to reduce carbon emissions for the whole value chain by 42% by 2030 (baseline 2020). This will apply to the company’s own operations, as well as its partners, such as customers and suppliers. Currently being officially validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), the target will further sharpen and accelerate the company’s vision for its own People. Planet. Paint. approach to sustainable business, which was launched in 2019.
“Setting a target like this really matters,” says AkzoNobel CEO, Thierry Vanlancker. “It’s a clear signal that we’re preparing to mobilize our teams globally and take stronger action to tackle climate change. We need to act fast and focus on collaboration and innovation. When push comes to shove, there are those who contribute towards a zero carbon future and those who don't. We’re determined to do all we can and set the example by being the front runner in our industry.”
AkzoNobel has already taken great strides forward with its People. Planet. Paint. approach and is forging ahead of target on two key environmental ambitions – halving its own carbon emissions and having 100% renewable electricity in the company’s operations by 2030. To highlight this strong progress, it was recently announced that AkzoNobel would operate only on renewable electricity in Europe by 2022.
“To achieve our carbon reduction target, we have to look further than our own operations,” continues Vanlancker. “So we’ll be encouraging all our value chain partners to transition to lower/zero carbon alternatives. I also encourage our peers to commit to the SBTi, announce their own targets and join us in setting the right example in our industry.”
AkzoNobel’s firm belief that collaboration is key to taking widespread climate action is further evidenced by CEO Thierry Vanlancker being a member of the European CEO Alliance – a cross-industry partnership designed to help fight climate change, build economic resilience and make a success of the EU Green Deal.
For more details about the company’s People. Planet. Paint. approach, visit: www.akzonobel.com/en/about-us/sustainability
Cuprinol Trade scores a run with Stokesley Cricket Club
Stokesley Cricket Club in North Yorkshire has taken part in the NatWest Cricket Force initiative for the first time this year, a scheme which encourages cricket supporters to give something back to the sport by volunteering to renovate their local community cricket club.
The Stokesley cricket ground is home to around 100 members, with eight teams playing in the North Yorkshire and South Durham league. Being such an important community area and in order to encourage the teams to continue their success in the league, 25 club members grouped together to help refresh the club grounds in preparation for the start of the cricket season.
Cuprinol Ultra Tough Decking Stain, which gave a Golden Maple colour and a tough durable protective finish to prevent any potential cracking or peeling.
Some of the perimeter seats were also rejuvenated, providing a fresh green colour using water-based Cuprinol Trade Landscape Stain & Preserver, which is perfect for outdoor timber. The pigmented wood preservative contains ingredients that penetrate the wood and protect it against weather, rot and the growth of green algae for up to 5 years. Being a water-based preserver means it is extremely quick to dry (just 2 to 4 hours), which means people can use the seats almost straight away without experiencing pigment rub off.
Dulux Trade Weathershield Woodstain AP will be used to coat the picnic and hardwood benches at the grounds. This high performance woodstain provides a water repellent quality finish. With Advanced Protection technology the Dulux Trade Weathershield Woodstain AP will provide the benches with exceptional durability, protecting them from extreme weather for 6 years.