We are delighted to be exhibiting at the European Coatings Show!

We are excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at the European Coatings Show (ECS) 2023. The event will take place on 28-30 March in Nuremberg.

ECS is the most important trade show for trends and techniques related to the production of paints, coatings, sealants, construction chemicals and adhesives.

Our team of experts will be on hand throughout the event to discuss our wide range of products. This includes our DeTOX range which comprises high quality Titanium Dioxide products that are available in Chloride, Sulphate and Anatase grades; DeCAL Grades including thickeners, dispersing agents and defoamers for aqueous and non-aqueous systems; as well as acrylic polymers for inks and coatings and associated auxiliary chemicals. You can also speak to our specialists regarding DeLOUR, our range of pigments which are available in blue and green and are suitable for both water-based and solvent-based applications.

We will also be presenting AptiCem, our newly formed construction division which specialises in construction additives for adhesives and tile grouts, concrete admixtures, floorings and coatings and surface treatments.

Dan Devine, Commercial Director at Devine Chemicals, said: “We are really looking forward to showcasing our products at ECS 2023. We have a vast portfolio of products which are ideal for the coatings industry and this event provides us with the perfect platform to showcase these to industry leaders.

“We are also excited to have the opportunity to introduce our new building and construction division AptiCem to delegates which we developed to further strengthen our position as a leader within the industry.

“Please visit our team of specialists in Hall 5, Stand 5-426 or pre-book a meeting, to discuss how we can meet your specific requirements, regardless of complexity.”

You can book a meeting with one of our technical specialists here or visit us in Hall 5, Stand 5-426 to discuss your requirements.

Exhibition stand designed by Qudrant2Design 

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