About London Underground Approved Products

As the UK's leading suppliers of paints and coatings to the rail industry including overground and underground stations within London, Promain Paints offer a vast range of paints for use on a variety of surfaces from Rolling Stock to Platforms, Communal Areas and Building Structures. These LuL Approved products are suitable for use in conjunction with almost all of our paint ranges in the London Underground Industries. With industry leading suppliers including the PPG Sigma Range (formerly Ameron Paint) 3M, Hempel and many other manufacturers the durability of these products is second to none.

Promain have a full range of products that are approved to the Transport for London standards which are suitable for its new construction and maintenance specifications.




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At Promain, as the UKs leading supplier of London Underground paint products, should you be in need of London underground approved products, you can trust that you’ve come to the right place. We only stock the approved paint for the London Underground from some of the industry’s leading brands, all of the London Underground paints that we supply have been sourced to the highest standards.

When it comes to approved paint product range, at Promain we are UK stockists of London Underground paint that is suitable for a range of uses for London Underground and railway systems. All of our approved paint products are available to order only today and can be delivered directly to your business, our quick delivery service also means that you can immediately begin work on public transport systems. For London Underground approved products, look no further, Promain should be your first port of call.

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Maintenance of our capital’s underground transport system is an ongoing process. With constant ongoing improvements throughout the network and high volumes of foot traffic, the logistics of carrying out any maintenance projects undoubtedly involve considerable attention to detail.

Add to this the fact that any paint or coating used within the busy underground environment should not only be of a quick drying nature, but non-flammable too.

London Underground Line Marking

Promain supplies a range of line marking paints designed for use on Railway Platforms for above and below ground application, some suitable for use on London Underground platforms. The paints found in this section are durable, quick drying, and non-flammable, conforming to Section 12 regulations.

The area subject to the extremely high levels of wear and tear from foot traffic. Often many coatings take time not only to dry but to cure for the restricted working window imposed by station closure times. In any industry, coating floor areas floors are extremely challenging with thousands of people walking from A to B every day. Because of this, it's extremely important that floors are prepared and coatings applied in the best possible way, and with the highest level of care.

The Line Marking Paints Promain supply for the rail industry offer a high level of abrasion resistance, some are fast drying and low to no odour as well as being resistant to weather and floor cleaning chemicals making them ideal for application to areas which will be exposed to harsh elements and endless amounts of foot trafficking.

London Underground Floor Paint

Here at Promain we offer a range of floor paints that are approved for use in areas such as Network Rail Service Sheds on the floors as well as the pits and pit walls. We also offer floor coatings for areas below ground for London Underground this areas is known as Section 12, Floor paints that have been approved for use below ground in the back office areas or the public areas such as platforms have ID Numbers, these numbers are unique to each product and are available on the LU Register or advise on which coating to apply and it's preparation. We also offer floor coatings for areas below the ground, specifically manufactured for application to floors in the London Underground. These are known as Section 12 coatings. The floor paints found under section 12 will have ID approval numbers. These are the coatings that have been approved for use below ground in the back office or public areas, such as platforms. These ID numbers are unique to each product and can be found on the LUL (London Underground Limited) Register.

For London Underground Approved Products, Choose Promain

As the UK's leading suppliers of paints and coatings to the rail industry including Railtrack RT 98 and Section 12 paints Promain Paints offer a vast range of paints for use on a variety of surfaces from Rolling Stock to Platforms, Communal Areas and Building Structures. These RT 98 products are suitable for use in conjunction with almost all of our paint ranges in the Rail and Underground Industries. With industry leading suppliers including the PPG Sigma Range (formerly Ameron Paint) 3M, Hempel and many other manufacturers the durability of these products is second to none.

When it comes to choosing a paint for use in the rail industry, it's important to make sure you are choosing a paint with the best protective qualities. But please remember, the rail industry is a public industry so you shouldn't sacrifice appearance for protection. RT 98 and section 12 paints from PPG Sigma (formerly Ameron Paint) combine technical excellence with a beautiful finish too, perfect for use in any station up and down the country.

Frequently Asked Questions About London Underground Approved Paint

What are London underground approved products?

As the UK's leading suppliers of paints and coatings to the rail industry including Railtrack RT 98 and Section 12 paints Promain Paints offer a vast range of paints for use on a variety of surfaces from Rolling Stock to Platforms, Communal Areas and Building Structures. These RT 98 products are suitable for use in conjunction with almost all of our paint ranges in the Rail and Underground Industries. With industry leading suppliers including the PPG Sigma Range (formerly Ameron Paint) 3M, Hempel and many other manufacturers the durability of these products is second to none.

Is the London underground the same as the tube?

Even though it is called the Underground about half of it is above the ground. The "Tube" is a slang name for the London Underground, because the tunnels for some of the lines are round tubes running through the ground.

What colour is the London underground?

There are eight different coloured lines; the Bakerloo (brown), District (green), Central (blue), Hampstead (purple), City and South (black), Great Northern and City (orange), Metropolitan (red) and Piccadilly (yellow).

What is on the LUL register?

As the UK's leading suppliers of paints and coatings to the rail industry including overground and underground stations within London, Promain Paints offer a vast range of paints for use on a variety of surfaces from Rolling Stock to Platforms, Communal Areas and Building Structures. These LuL Approved products are suitable for use in conjunction with almost all of our paint ranges in the London Underground Industries. With industry leading suppliers including the PPG Sigma Range (formerly Ameron Paint) 3M, Hempel and many other manufacturers the durability of these products is second to none.