The construction chemicals are used in the construction work to strengthen the structures, increase life span and improve the quality of infrastructure. These chemical products act as a coat of protection against the environmental hazards. They also minimize the consumption in quantity of cement, water and other materials used in such structures besides speeding up the construction work.

Extreme exposure to sun rays and rain are the two main weather conditions enough for damaging any infrastructure. Apart from this, in India and abroad, there are many constructions which are age old and hence they need renovation. So, to protect your sweet home and other buildings, during construction and also after that, the construction chemicals of FAIRMATE are inevitable choice.

FAIRMATE is a Family owned, Indian Multinational Construction Chemical manufacturing player providing answer to all difficulties starting from foundation to finishing. The company has come as a boon for all civil engineering applications and especially everything related to construction chemicals. Its products have proved to be appropriate and best for strengthening and avoiding seepages. Hence, it results in protecting the structures from detoriating. Moreover, these chemicals provide total cost effective solution to all problems.

The chemical making major has a primary technical collaboration with M/s Resin Building Products, UK among other as strategic partners. It has its main office in Vadodara, Gujarat, India and branch offices in various parts of the country like Ahmedabad, Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Jalandhar, Agra, Lucknow, and Kolkata. For the last 3 decades, the company has offered world class services to construction chemical industries. Just to cater the increasing demand, it has set up branches globally in Dubai, Nepal, Saudi Arabia, and Africa.

It is more than one and a half decades that FAIRMATE has been accredited with ISO 9001 and the products manufactured match international standards. Besides, it also enjoys ISO (EMS) 14001 standards to emphasis on quality of its products and has gone further up in implementation of ISO (OHSAS) 18001 which is related to safety. Many of its products carry ISI license mark. In view of this, its quality and services are appreciated widely and accepted worldwide. Moreover, the company is marching towards "Six Sigma" for Total Customer Satisfaction.

Through continuous efforts and research it has developed new products and is proud to introduce more than 400 products in civil engineering industry which are classified as: Concrete Admixture, Waterproofing System, Engineering Grouts, Industrial Flooring System, Surface Treatment, Concrete Repairs, Pre-packed Concrete and Mortar, Protective Coating, Sealants, Highway Repairs and Fire Protection systems. In addition, FAIRMATE has also introduced more segments on Liquid Floor and Wall Finish System.

Eco-friendly and energy saving products are the need of hour and the player strictly adhering to the environmental norms laid down by the Ministry of Environment and Forest of India and works on energy saving and conservation. Its research has been fruitful in producing and introducing a wide range of energy saving products. Its products are at par with other eco-friendly products and also have EIFS system. As such, the company maintains eco-friendly atmosphere by controlling air, water, and sound pollution.

To extend more supports, the group has set up its plants in various parts of the globe to take care of saving energy and fuel cost which ultimately reduces the cost of the products. These products are in turn is transferred as benefit to the customers. All plants are accompanied by state-of-the-art R&D centers, as quality has always been an integral part of management philosophy.

FAIRMATE is an active member of Institute of Indian Interior Designers (IIID) and IGBC for Green Movement and reaches out to a variety of customers ranging from individual to domestic customers to multinational companies. Over 450 employees always remain ready round-the-clock to reach out to remote areas in India.

Currently, it has 400 dealers, 250 applicators and more than 10,000 retailers associated with it which is providing supports to the customers. The company is growing and spreading its activities globally and credit goes to its devoted workers for elevating the player to its current stature.
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