EnduroShield Coating Protects Glass Façade on Infinity Tower

EnduroShield  ultra thin transparent protective coating was chosen for application on the glass façade of the 262m Infinity Tower in Brisbane, Australia.

A project by Karimbla Constructions (a division of Mertion Apartments), Infinity Tower will contain 81 levels of residential and serviced apartments and is due for completion in 2014.EnduroShield was chosen to protect the 20,800m² glass facade surface...   Read more.EnduroShield  ultra thin transparent protective coating was chosen for application on the glass façade of the 262m Infinity Tower in Brisbane, Australia.

A project by Karimbla Constructions (a division of Mertion Apartments), Infinity Tower will contain 81 levels of residential and serviced apartments and is due for completion in 2014.

EnduroShield was chosen to protect the 20,800m² glass facade surface...   Read more.

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