UZIN‘s commitment to making flooring installations simpler and quicker has seen the company improve its range of smoothing compounds by launching three new products.
The most innovative is UZIN NC 111 BiColor, an intelligent smoothing compound which changes colour to indicate when to install the floor covering.
The unique colour transformation means flooring contractors can see when to install the floor covering as the colour changes from green (when wet) to salmon (when dry)!
UZIN has also launched a cost effective fibre-reinforced smoothing compound, UZIN NC 196, and a new gypsum based smoothing compound, UZIN NC 105.
All UZIN products have been developed in close cooperation with its customers to provide floor contractors with exceptional quality which are easy to use.
This also ensures the products are reliable and produce outstanding results.
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