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The Bituchem Group, one of the leaders in road and path surfacing products, has just launched a brand new website www.bituchem.com which features responsive design, re-formatting for tablet, smartphone or PC to optimise the viewing experience and provide useful information quickly.
All the company’s products are easily found using the menu tabs and different market applications show case study examples of its products used whether for commercial, domestic, parks, leisure or education.
The company’s Natratex and Colourtex hard landscaping surfacing products have enjoyed great success for their hardwearing properties and good looking finishes. The website gives full details of the Natratex surface which has a fully bonded surface with a specially formulated clear binder and decorative aggregate. Bituchem’s Colourtex material uses a similar formula and high durable colours in the clear binder combined with complementary coloured aggregates to ensure long lasting colour through product life. As a result, Natratex is specified where natural looking stone finish is required and Colourtex where colour might be required for demarcation, such as cycle paths and supermarket car parks. Bituchem can now offer its Natratex surface as a porous option for the SUDS market.
For the highways market, Bituchem Emulsions has long served the industry and all its main products are featured on the website, whilst FortSeal and LockChip are given special emphasis. Both products have been welcomed by the industry with FortSeal providing a fast solution for preserving existing highways and increasing their longevity. LockChip is a special product which is used as part of surface dressing of roads to improve early and longterm chip retention.
The new Bituchem website carries a full news section of product stories, company news and the latest projects and there are links to Bituchem’s social media, such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. From a technical viewpoint there are full media downloads of datasheets available on every single product which are a great help to specifiers looking for the right product on their next projects. There is also a full search facility and an email response form for making an enquiry direct to Bituchem.
Further information is available by visiting the Bituchem website www.bituchem.com or by calling Bituchem on 01594 826768 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org