Paint (mineral)

Keimfarben GmbH

Established 1878

Founded in 1878 in Abensberg by Adolf Wilhelm Keim, Keimfarben is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of silicate paints. Keim invented a new mineral paint – a mix of liquid water glass and mineral colour pigments – which could withstand the cold climate while at the same time offering brilliant colors. Buildings such as the White House, Buckingham Palace, the Bolshoi Theatre and the Sydney Opera House and are all painted with Keimfarben paints.

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