GrafoTherm for storage container uk

DRYING GRAFO-THERM

On a wonderful 20-degree summers day, Grafo-Therm applied at 1.5mm (approx.) is fully dry within 10 hours. During the cold winter months when the Grafo-Therm product is applied to steel containers or similar single skin ceilings, it will take up to two weeks to fully cure without any help.

The only way to speed up the drying time of the Grafo-Therm is to apply heat. Our mobile team can provide the equipment to assist with drying the area on the day they are treated* or you can install your own heaters for approx. 72 hours**.

Without applying heat to the area, you may find that the Grafo-Therm drips from the ceiling. If this does happen, you need to apply heat.

Small 2500W fan heaters can be purchased directly from us at £65.00 +VAT (inc. P&P).

For further advice or information please contact us on 0330 100 5469 or email gordon@3jservices.co.uk. Grafo-Therm technical information can be found on the accessories page of our website.

*Additional £30.00 per 20ft container or priced according to the quantity of containers/size of the area.

**Timing is approximate and dependant on the heaters used, outdoor temperature and weather conditions

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