Why choose UltraAir?

Help maintain your indoor air quality the next time you paint your home.

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A change for the better

Did you know that indoor air quality can be 2 to 5 times worse than outdoor air quality?1

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are carbon-based chemicals that contribute to atmospheric pollution. Dulux UltraAir has Ultra Low Chemical Emissions* which doesn't negatively affect indoor air quality.

What are Chemical Emissions?

Traditionally in paint we have always measured VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds). We are now talking about a new measurement, Chemical Emissions. Watch this video to learn more about these concepts and why they're an important consideration when undertaking a paint project.

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Ultra Low Chemical Emissions*

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Ultra Low Odour

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Ultra Low Chemical Emissions*

Fewer chemical emissions means that Dulux UltraAir can help maintain your indoor air quality.
 

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Back in the Room Sooner

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Lasting Finish

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Ultra Low Odour

Combining this with Ultra Low Chemical Emissions*, Dulux UltraAir may help reduce the likelihood of irritating sensitivities such as asthma and allergies.

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Back in the Room Sooner

Ultra Low Odour also means that you can enjoy your freshly painted home sooner.

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Lasting Finish

A premium quality paint with a finish that lasts.

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GREENGUARD Gold certified

Dulux UltraAir is GREENGUARD Gold certified, meaning that it has been scientifically proven to meet some of the world’s most rigorous, third-party chemical emissions standards. It reduces the contribution to indoor air pollution and the risk of chemical exposure, which helps maintain a healthier indoor environment.

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Global GreenTag™ GreenRate Level A

A standards-based product health and sustainability rating system for green design, procurement, facilities management professionals seeking to achieve Green Star® or WELL™ project certifications. All certified products are fit-for-purpose tested and rated on its performance to comply with Building Standards.

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Global GreenTag™ HealthRate PlatinumHEALTH

A world leading rating on the healthiness of a product for end users, with full disclosure and transparency of product toxicity information. It provides explanations of health or environmental toxicity implications in commercial and residential buildings.

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Environmental Choice® New Zealand

Environmental Choice is New Zealand's official environmental label, initiated and endorsed by the New Zealand Government, although independently operated, and recognises the increasing effort of manufacturers to reduce the environmental impact of their products.

Green Building Standards

Green Building Standards are schemes that rate building projects on a set of criteria and each standard has its own unique and specific criteria that are used to determine an overall rating of a building.

Dulux UltraAir can contribute to the achievement of green building project certifications.

 

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View the range

Discover our range of Dulux UltraAir paints including Interior Walls Matt and Low Sheen, Interior Primer and Ceiling White. These Ultra Low Odour and Ultra Low Chemical Emissions* paints are suitable for your whole home.

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Change your home with UltraAir

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Making a change to your home is now easier with Dulux UltraAir. Because of the Ultra Low Odour, you can get back to enjoying your freshly painted room even sooner.

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Colours displayed should be used as a guide for your colour selection. To ensure best accuracy, test your colour choice at home by ordering Dulux Sample Pots and Large Colour Swatches. UltraAir Interior Walls is only available for colours tinted from vivid white base.

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Order Sample Pots and Large Colour Swatches

Selecting the right colour can be tricky, that's why we have 100ml sample pots available to purchase online or you can order free Large Colour Swatches. Testing colour is the safest way to make a big decision.

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Committed to a sustainable future

Dulux is continually developing new ways to reduce the environmental impact of our products and activities, with environmental sustainability forming a core element of our business.

Dulux UltraAir's 10L pails are made from 50% post-consumer recycled plastic and can be recycled again-and-again through our Dulux Paint Take-Back programme.

The Paint Take-Back paint and packaging recycling programme was established in 2009 and is a service we are proud to offer as part of our commitment to the environment.

Dulux New Zealand has been a member of the New Zealand Green Building Council since 2006.

The Dulux Gracefield manufacturing facility complies with ISO 14001: 2015 and is independently audited by Telarc.

100% recyclable in NZ
Our 10L and 15L plastic pails are 100% recyclable in NZ
50% post consumer recycled plastic
dulux ultraair's pails and lids contain 50% post-consumer recycled plastic

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* Ultra Low Chemical Emissions: Passes Shanghai Research Institute of Building Sciences test method JG/T 481-2015 with emission limits of <1mg/m3 within 3 days

1 www.epa.gov/report-environment/indoor-air-quality#note2

How to with UltraAir

Start making a change to your home today.

Painting a kids room

A kids bedroom can be one of the most fun places to paint in your home. Here are a few tips to help you choose and paint the right colours for your kids room.

Choosing your bedroom colours

The bedroom is the perfect place to escape from your everyday life. Give your bedroom a refresh with these bedroom ideas and colour combinations.

Take on your dining room

Create a beautiful, and relaxed open space in your home with a splash of colour. Choose washable and durable paint that will last for years.

Frequently asked questions

Please call 0800 800 424 for more information.

HELP & ADVICE

HELP & ADVICE

For project advice, contact our Help & Advice team on 0800 800 424