Industrial Painting

Industrial Painting

– Technically, we can say that industrial paint is a product that, presented in liquid, paste or powder form, and applied by a suitable process to a surface, shall be transformed by a curing process into a solid, plastic, adhesive film that protects and/or decorates simultaneously.

– Industrial paint is manufactured by combining one or more pigments with one or more binders, the latter giving the paint its properties such as adhesion or abrasion resistance.

– Industrial paints are typically composed of solvents (such as water), pigments (such as titanium dioxide), resins (such as polyethylene), inorganic materials (such as silica), and organic materials (such as linseed oil).

– Industrial paints are available in various forms: liquid paints for application with some type of brush or roller; dry powder paints which can be mixed with water to form a paste; semipastes which are premixed liquids; mastic which is an elastic paste; and spray paints.