The CTICC, Triplon, and the years to come

3 Feb

TRIPLON: 8 years on and still going strong!

THE International Convention Centre in Cape Town (CTICC) has welcomed visitors from around the world. It has entertained tourists and locals alike by offering unforgettable experiences. In fact, in just 5 years, the CTICC has become widely regarded as one of the leading convention centres in the southern hemisphere.

And the CTICC plans to stick around a little longer. According to the CTICC website,

“It is the vision of the CTICC to be the best long-haul international convention centre by 2020.”

To stand strong and proud for this period of time, the CTICC needed a strong coat of protective paint. Their paint of choice was Triplon – the specialist product that offers a guarantee of up to 15 years. The first coat of Triplon was applied to the building 8 years ago, and is still looking good.

The CTICC

The Cape Town International Convention Centre (photo: http://www.cticc.co.za)

Triplon Coated CTICC

Triplon coated wall of the CTICC painted 8 years ago

Triplon is often referred to as the Rolls Royce of low maintenance coatings and is often used for coating coastal buildings and high-rise CBD buildings. On top of the guarantee of up to 15 years, Triplon is water-resistance, dirt-resistance and fungi-resistant. Its exterior coating system can be supplied in either a smooth or a profiled finish and can be custom mixed in any colour.

Triplon is currently one of Midas Paints’ highest-demand products and it’s a no-brainer why. Its ultra-low maintenance, self-cleaning, anti-microbial and durability factors make it the ideal product for any building as prestigious and loved as the CTICC.

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