Environmentally Friendly Coatings Help Toward a Carbon Neutral 2050

Updated: Jul 19

Reducing buildings' energy consumption is essential to achieve a carbon-neutral economy by 2050. By using high-performance glass, energy consumption would decrease to 32% by 2030 and 42% by 2050. (Glass for Europe)


A quarter of the world's air pollution is caused by construction sites. The UK's carbon footprint is currently 354 million tonnes. (Carbon Brief)


When using this high-performance glass, ensuring it is delivered and installed damage-free is one way to reduce energy consumption on-site.

Protectapeel® forms a unique bond to the surface ensuring the glass is protected. This bond protects the glass from scratching and construction site debris throughout construction. Minimising surface damage not only saves money but also reduces energy consumption. Damages mean replacing the glass, which involves more deliveries and wastage on-site.


Improving sustainability is ingrained in our core values at Spraylat International. We are proud our Protectapeel® protective coatings are a water-based, environmentally friendly product.



When required, simply hand peel Protectapeel® away to reveal clean and undamaged glass. It can then be condensed down into a small ball for domestic disposal or returned to Spraylat International for recycling.


Almost half of the potential savings forecast for 2030 could be achieved in the first 10 years by using high-performance glass. Keep this glass protected with Protectapeel® and play a part in achieving a carbon-neutral economy by 2050.