The world's first environmentally safe paint
Ultralast is called an ecoating because it's more kind to the environment than any paint - it's entirely non-toxic, with extremely low VOC levels that sit well below the requirements of the Australian Ecolabel Program. And it's a system because unlike conventional paint, it requires surfaces to be coated with a simple sealer (Ultra-BondFirst) of water-like consistency before ECOATINGTM application. The two compounds bond together. Then, no matter what happens, Ultralast continues to look good and perform better than conventional paints. By any measure. That's why it's guaranteed for up to 25 years. Ultralast is fire resistant, virtually odour-free and non-toxic. It repels moisture, mould, mildew and - in marine applications - even molluscs (barnacles). It will not blister, crack, bleach or fade. It is the strongest yet most flexible paint ever made. Ultralast paint is extraordinarily stable, even in the most aggressive conditions such as climatic extremes and direct exposure to ocean salt, wind and waves. Hard to believe?
The Ultralast ECOATINGTM System is a new variant, developed for Australian conditions, of the revolutionary "B formula" technology originally invented over 30 years ago. Exhaustive quality tests have been completed in the renowned laboratories of the UK Coat Research Association. Even the Swiss Environmental Institute, one of the world's most stringent adjudicators of environmental excellence, accepted Ultralast for tax-free status - the only coating product in the world ever to achieve this distinction. Switzerland, arguably the world's most progressive and environmentally sensitive Government, provides tax-free status for environmentally friendly products of all kinds. Ultralast paint is not sold there yet, but classification and listing were sought as a formal universal certification of quality. News of the quality of Ultralast Eoating system has quickly spread among architects, developers, builders and painting professionals.