Multifunctional impregnation of façades, bridges and other surfaces

Optimized surface and anti-graffiti protection with Hydro-Graff

In cities and local communities, unwanted graffiti on façades, bridges and other surfaces has become a major nuisance whose removal is posing big challenges to local authorities and property owners. A wide range of means is used to illegally apply graffiti to surfaces, including spray paint, felt-tip pens or permanent markers. Spray paint particles penetrate deeply into the material, and are thus difficult to remove. For this reason, anti-graffiti systems (AGSs) should be used to treat surfaces prone to frequent graffiti application. Such systems should ease graffiti removal whilst also...

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