Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Co (AAB), the exclusive distributor of Toyota and Lexus in Qatar, has launched Waterborne, an innovative and eco-friendly automotive paint technology, which uses water as a soluble liquid in paint mixture instead of toxic solvents.
AAB is the first in Qatar to use 100% waterborne paints tested for all primer, basecoat and clear coat with Kansai Paint, according to a statement.
Abdul Rasak Khalidu, operation manager – Qatar (Kansai Paint) together with AAB officials Kamal al-Hajj (director, Customer Service Division), Muthusamy Chinappan (senior manager, National Service Department) and other senior management team from AAB and Kansai Paint representatives witnessed the recent launch at the AAB facility in Industrial Area.
Waterborne paints are eco-friendly with almost no contamination produced in the air nor hazardous effects to the environment.
With the waterborne paint technology, AAB takes the lead in providing a healthier and improved safety option as it is user friendly and has no harmful effects to humans.
It has no strong smell during applications making way for a much healthier ambient condition.
Customers will be delighted by the finishing as the metallic orientation and texture of waterborne painted cars are comparable to newly-painted units.
It allows high-gloss finish without the extra coating.
Committed to contribute towards Qatar National Vision 2030 pillar on the Green Environment, AAB takes a step forward in choosing environment friendly automotive paint technology, the statement added.
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