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Green Building – How to pick paint products for sustainable building

Are you looking for more information about environmentally friendly building? You’ve come to the right place. Here we talk about Green Building, what the different terms mean and what should be considered in the design process of environmentally friendly and sustainable buildings.
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Fire retardants for wood – how do they work?

Are you looking for information about fire retardants for wood? Here we discuss how fire-retardant paint works and what it is used for.


Tikkurila Temadur SC-F family: You asked, we delivered.

Tikkurila Temadur SC-F family: You asked, we delivered. Third time’s the charm for Senior Researcher Petri Ronkainen, who started at Tikkurila in...

Ultra Pro 10: independently proven to last up to 25 years

Anton Chistyakov has spent his entire working life with paints and coatings after graduating from Saint Petersburg State Institute of Technology in...

Tikkurila Ultra Pro 30: years of protection born from years of development

After over 25 years at Tikkurila, there aren’t many people who know more about how to protect an industrial wooden surface than Arto Nummela, Group...

Fontecoat FD 20: a unique product for sustainable corrosion protection

Jens Gravesen, Group Key Account Manager at Tikkurila, has worked in the coating business for over 30 years, with the last 20 spent sharing his...

Minna Perttu develops Tikkurila's industrial coatings towards sustainability goals

Minna Perttu joined Tikkurila in 2014 and has developed into a true expert on metal coatings for industry during her time. She has worked on devising...

Trends in the metal coatings industry

It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that changes in industrial metal coatings happen slow enough that you are never really in danger of...

Reference: Wooden terraced houses in Nyköping, Sweden

Wooden claddings stained with Tikkurila's Pinja Color Plus, a water-borne tintable semi-transparent wood stain, were used for the façades of the houses as well as for the carports.