Johnstone’s Wins Innovation Award


Johnstone’s Trade has won the award for Best Materials Innovation at the 2019 Building Innovation Awards for Air Pure, a bio-based wall and ceiling paint that improves indoor air quality.

The awards celebrates the organisations that are embracing and creating new technologies, including those that help to deliver greener, smarter and safer buildings.

Developed with Air Purifying technology, Johnstone’s Trade Air Pure neutralises up to 70 per cent of formaldehyde from the air as soon as it is applied. Formaldehyde is one of the most harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs) present in houses and public spaces, with molecules being emitted from a range of common indoor materials, such as chipboards, carpet, glue and interior fabrics.

Air Pure is also 45% bio-based and the packaging is made from 100% recycled materials.

Danielle Aiken, specification marketing manager at Johnstone’s Trade, said: “Air Pure is a product we’re really proud of so we’re delighted that it’s been recognised at the inaugural Building Innovation Awards, and to have shared a category with such remarkable innovations.

Air Pure is available in a variety of colours, including the PPG Voice of Colour colour palette, and dries to a flat matt finish.

Johnstone’s Wins Innovation Award
Click here to visit the Johnstone’s Trade Air Pure website

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