Protective

Jotun is a leading manufacturer and supplier of high performance coatings. Specialities are corrosion protection and passive fire protection of steel as well as protection and decoration of concrete.

 

We offer a wide range of products coupled with expert advice and guidance in variety of fields, such as infrastructure (buildings, airports, bridges…), energy, storage tanks, etc.



Protective: Bridges

Millions of square metres of steel- and concrete bridges protected by Jotun since the 70's
Concrete and steel in bridges may be exposed to highly corrosive environment and dynamic stresses.

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Protective: Airports

Several airports, terminals, buildings and hangars have been protected by Jotun since the 80's
The development of air travel has implied a dramatic expansion of airport facilities worldwide.

 

 

 

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Protective: Energy

65,000,000 square metres of structures at more than 1,800 power installations worldwide are protected by Jotun.
This involves thermal- (coal, oil and gas), hydro-, wind- and nuclear power plants.
Dedicated teams of specialists deliver the required competence and service around the Globe.
Our coatings are designed to meet ISO 12944, NORSOK M-501 and the upcoming VOC standards and regulations.

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Protective: Concrete

Protection and decoration of concrete is an area of particular expertise for Jotun.
Proven technology and innovative solutions are combined with a wealth of practical experience throughout the world.

Projects range from bridges, dams and reservoirs to waste treatment plants and desalination plants.

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Protective: Buildings

Hundreds of prestigious buildings are protected and decorated by Jotun since the 70's. Jotun has the experience, the products, systems, capacity and network to meet the requirements to protect and decorate large building projects.
Many landmark projects are protected and decorated by Jotun, such as the Eiffel Tower, Burj Dubai, Guangzhou TV Tower, Petronas Towers and Dubai Metro.

 

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