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Fastflow ensures quick drying from Crown Trade

  • 19 Apr 2018

Crown Trade’s full range of Fastflow water-based trim paints is set to provide enhanced design flexibility, with the opportunity to tint to hundreds of colour options.

This will provide specifiers with a quick-drying and low-odour solution, which follows on from the successful introduction of tinted colour options for Fastflow Quick Dry Gloss.

There are additional colours available throughout the entire range, which features Fastflow Quick Dry Satin and Fastflow Quick Dry Primer Undercoat.

Combining a wide array of colours and hues with the benefits of water-based paints, the Fastflow range is an integral part of Crown’s continued commitment to sustainability.

The Fastflow Primer Undercoat and Fastflow Gloss have both been independently tested and verified to earn Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) certification from BRE, showcasing their compliance with the European Standard EN 15804.

For both indoor and outdoor use, Crown Trade’s Fastflow range is perfect for contracts where a quick turnaround and high quality finish is needed, by reducing time and labour on site.

The use of Crown Paint’s innovative Breatheasy® technology means the water-based system is practically solvent- free, helping to eliminate any instances of potent odours.

This helps to create a more pleasant working environment and also makes it ideal for use throughout the healthcare and education sectors or projects requiring immediate use after painting.

The leading features of oil-based trim products have also been embraced, with the Fastflow system providing supreme flow and a high-quality, high-sheen finish, with durability and resistance to yellowing assured.

Crown Trade,
PO Box 37,
Hollins Road,
Darwen,
BB3 0BG,
United Kingdom,

Phone 0330 0240310
Fax 01254 774414

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