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Aqueous Guard by Unipart Rail to be distributed by RIVVAL

Aqueous Guard by Unipart Rail to be distributed by RIVVAL

Agreement covers the sales, installation and after-care of Aqueous Guard in Ireland

Tags: Reduced Cost Reduced Environmental Impact Traction and Rolling Stock

RIVVAL have signed an agreement with Unipart Rail for their exclusive distribution of Aqueous Guard, the innovative hard surface coating, for the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The agreement covers the sales, installation and after-care of Aqueous Guard to rail and road vehicles and other applications, providing reduced cleaning of hard surfaces to remove dirt, grime and graffiti.

RIVVAL is an Engineering and Supplies Company working in the Railway, Road and Aviation industries and have an extensive range of products that covers all aspects of maintenance work in these sector. RIVVAL will be working on turnkey projects with Aqueous Guard backed by specialist support from Unipart Rail and its supply partners - Revolutionary Protective Solutions.

Unipart Rail are the exclusive distributors of Aqueous Guard for the rail, road and associated sectors worldwide and are developing partnerships in many markets to develop the opportunities for this innovative product.  Based on a ceramic nano-technology, Aqueous Guard is a simple to apply and quick drying clear coating that protects any hard surface from dirt, oil and other air borne contaminants to preserve the original appearance and enables graffiti to be removed easily with proprietary cleaning materials.

About this author
Paul Markwell

Marketing Manager - T&RS

I am responsible for the marketing and communications for the Traction and Rolling Stock operation of Unipart Rail based in Doncaster.


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