Seven treatments from the UltraCare range have joined Mapei UK’s Zero Line, a range of low environmental impact products. They include six UltraCare surface maintenance products and UltraCare Smooth Silicone. The extended portfolio, which also includes installation and building products, provides safe and sustainable high-performance solutions with CO2 emissions fully offset in the entire life cycle.

Formulated in the Mapei Research Laboratories, and designed for professional and end-user application, Mapei’s UltraCare series provides a solution from installation to the protection and maintenance of surfaces in private and commercial settings. Treatments are formulated for all types of natural and engineered stone and tile finishes and are tailored to a tile’s finish and individual characteristics.

CO2 emissions, measured using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) methodology, verified and certified with EPDs, have been offset through the acquisition of certified carbon credits in support of renewable energy and forestry protection projects. The Zero Line therefore demonstrates Mapei’s commitment to the planet, people and biodiversity.

The new Zero Line products include:

UltraColor Plus – Mapei’s signature anti-efflorescence, quick-setting and drying polymer-modified grout, cementitious mortars and pre-blended grout

UltraCare Multicleaner – a concentrated pH-neutral solution for everyday cleaning

UltraCare HD Cleaner – an intensive alkaline treatment for deep cleaning and restoration

UltraCare Keranet – a concentrated ‘buffered’ acid cleaner

UltraCare Acid Cleaner – a concentrated ‘buffered’ acid cleaner

UltraCare Kerapoxy Cleaner – a ready-to-use solution for the removal of epoxy residue after grouting

UltraCare Grout Cleaner – a ready-to-use concentrated alkaline cleaner for cementitious and epoxy grouts

For more details on how emissions are calculated and on climate mitigation projects financed through certified carbon credits, visit the webpage

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