Potable Paints & Coatings (WRAS Approved)

What does potable water mean?

Drinking water, also known as potable water or improved drinking water, is water that is safe to drink or to use for food preparation, without risk of health problems.

How can I be sure to use the correct products?

DWI and WRAS compliant or approved products have to go through a rigorous testing procedure to make sure every aspect of the design and construction comply with the regulations. Before you make any decisions on which manufacturer’s products to use, you should be asking whether or not their products comply with DWI and WRAS regulations and obtain certifications and avoid any manufacturers that do not provide compliant products.

10 Items

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  1. Hempel Hempadur 35560 - WRAS Approved
    Hempel Hempadur 35560 - WRAS Approved

    Approved potable water, solvent-free, high-build, polyamine adduct cured epoxy paint.

    From £387.55 £322.96
  2. Jotun Tankguard DW
    Jotun Tankguard DW

    A two component solvent free amine cured epoxy coating. It is specially designed for potable drinking water tanks.

    From £384.76 £320.63
  3. Hempel Hempadur 85671
    Hempel Hempadur 85671

    A two-component, amine adduct cured phenolic epoxy (novolac) tank and pipeline coating.

    From £305.88 £254.90
  4. Fosroc Nitocote EP405
    Fosroc Nitocote EP405

    A two pack gas resistant waterproof coating for waterproofing and protecting concrete structures.

    From £253.92 £211.60
  5. PPG SigmaGuard CSF 585
    PPG SigmaGuard CSF 585

    WRAS Approved for drinking water. A two component solvent free amine cured epoxy coating.

    From £126.72 £105.60
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