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Unipart Rail: Taking Aqueous Guard Technology to China

Guangzhoh and DongGuan Metros have both invited Unipart Rail to protect their fleets external appearance with Aqueous Guard – and have been so impressed that they have now asked for their internal surfaces to be treated too.

Aqueous Guard is a paint-on ceramic coating that enhances the appearance of a vehicle, protects the colours from UVA, inhibits the adhesion of dirt and graffiti whilst also making cleaning much simpler and faster.

UnipartRail Aqueous Guard solution
Aqueous Guard solution © UnipartRail

Working in temperatures of 36 degrees Celsius for 10 hours was a challenge, and the customer is already looking forward to the treatment of the internal hard surfaces.

Unipart Rail’s Chris Elliott who has supervised the application, said:

Once customers see the benefit of Aqueous Guard they very quickly realise that by increasing the time of washes by 100% whilst maintaining the appearance of their fleet has a huge impact on their costs. We are looking forward to extending the treatment across the interiors.

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