Molteni Vernici participates to the realization of the innovative anti-ice system for the special Spire at a height of 230 meters
A company with headquarters in Cantù on the roof of Italian skies.
Molteni Vernici participates to the realization of the innovative anti-ice system for the special Spire at a height of 230 meters of the Garibaldi Tower in Milan.
Designed by the Argentine architect Cesar Pelli to this day the Torre Garibaldi building, which will be the Unicredit venue, is 32 stories high and reaches 52 with its special spire “spire” becoming the tallest building in Italy.
Molteni Vernici thanks to its innovative research has participated in the realization of the anti-ice finishing with a special high-tech varnish that applied inside the stainless steel supports of the structure has allowed both the insulation and the heat transmission over the entire surface of the spire, guaranteeing the maximum chemical-physical protection resistances to the difficult environmental conditions that are created at those heights.
"Once again the stubbornness and professionalism of the people of our territory has allowed us to overcome and solve challenges and problems considered so far impossible" said the CEO Molteni.