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KEIM mineral paints — a Bavarian invention by the scientist Adolf Wilhelm Keim — are liquid silicate paints that becomes a part of the surface to which it is applied and binds the color pigment into it as well.

KEIM became the leading manufacturer of mineral paints providing only the highest quality, research-based paints with application characteristics prized by painters, and long lasting durability demanded by owners.
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Get Your Limited Edition KEIM Beer Mug!
To help commemorate the partnership between Keim and The Association for Preservation Technology International, a limited edition beer mug is available in Keim Booth #36, while supplies last. The mug helps celebrate Keim's deep rooted heritage in Bavaria, Germany and is perfectly timed with the many & popular Oktoberfest events in the U.S. Please stop by and get your beer mug. Prost!

Get Your Limited Edition KEIM Brochure!
Keim is pleased to present KEIM EDITION, No. 1, our very limited edition tribute to the many and lasting partnerships that have helped to restore and preserve some of America's most iconic historic architecture.

Completed in partnership with various APTI members and consultants, these projects are a living testament to the exceptional results we are capable of when we partner for maximum effectiveness.

This beautiful and colorful publication is available only at this show and in the Keim booth, #36. Stop in and ask for your copy, but hurry, they'll be gone quickly!
Visit KEIM at Booth #36 at 2017 APT — National Trust for Canada Joint Conference
The Association for Preservation Technology International (APT), which dedicates itself to promoting the best technology for conserving historic structures and their settings, is hosting their conference in Ottawa this year and KEIM is attending! If you're planning on also attending the show, don't forget to stop by booth #36, as we'd love to chat with you!

A Legacy of Partnerships for Preservation and Restoration
Keim's tradition of historic restoration and preservation partnerships date back over 135 years to when Adolph Wilhelm Keim first invented mineral silicate paints in Bavaria, Germany. Since the very first projects, which are still beautiful today, Keim has been a leader in the preservation scene not only in Germany and Europe, but across the globe. Some of the world's most iconic architecture is protected and beautified with Keim mineral silicate finishes.

But the quality of our mineral products is only the beginning of the story. Over time, Keim colleagues have established a legacy of partnership and service that serves as a guiding principal to our sales and technical service team, even today. Combining state-of-the-art laboratories with world-renown mineral silicate technology is the foundation of our service, but it is our people that are our greatest asset. People that have been factory trained to exacting standards.

Today, Keim's service team stands ready to understand your project needs and to provide consultative advice coupled with industry-leading service for your preservation projects. And, our commitment to excellence and customer service is a principal goal in all our partnerships. We are committed to delivering the perfect combination of superior quality products, scientific analysis and support, on-the-job inspections and monitoring and follow-up after the project is completed.

Here in the U.S., the very first Keim paint project dates to the early 1900’s and endures today with the gorgeous red finish of the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse in Jupiter, Fl. And our legacy of partnership lives on with The Association of Preservation Technology International, in the many projects we've successfully completed together and celebrated here.

  KEIM's Mineral Paints and Stains Used for Mural at National Holocaust Monument in Ottawa
The Holocaust Monument in Ottawa, Canada, which recognizes the Holocaust as well as the incredible contribution Holocaust Survivors have made to Canada, features a photo realism mural on its walls. The mural, painted by William Lazos, utilizes KEIM mineral paints and stains to raw concrete and is an incredibly artistic application of KEIM paints.

If you are in town for the The APT National Trust for Canada Joint Conference this week, be sure to go check out the memorial!

What makes KEIM's mineral finishes so unique?
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