Synthetic Enamel

Synthetic Enamel. It is commonly used to provide hygienic and chemical resistant coating on the concrete walls, metal columns, steel structures and wooden objects. These synthetic enamel is processed with the use of optimum quality co-polymers and other chemicals under the suitable conditions.

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Detailed Description for Synthetic Enamel

Synthetic Enamel. It is commonly used to provide hygienic and chemical resistant coating on the concrete walls, metal columns, steel structures and wooden objects. These synthetic enamel is processed with the use of optimum quality co-polymers and other chemicals under the suitable conditions. 

 

FEATURES:

 

The pain is absolutely resistant to stains.

The paint has high quality ingredients, long-lasting performance for years.

The enamel paint gives a glossy and smooth finish.

Effectiveness

Long shelf life

High viscosity

Excellent purity

High effectiveness

Precise composition

Free from adulteration

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

 

Colors: Blue, Black, Grey, Green, yellow, Brown etc.

Quantity in Liters: 1,5,10,50,100 etc.

Quantity in ml: 100, 200, 500 900 etc.

Type: Synthetic

Application Method: Spray

Main Raw Material: Nitrocellulose

Temperature:<15°C, 15-30°C, >30°C

Flash-off time:10 minutes

Paint film thickness: 15-25um 

Pot life: 4h at 25°c

 

ADVANTAGES:

 

Available in container, ready to use.

Tough durable and stain resistant and can withstand frequent cleaning without losing brightness.

Washable and washing capability is more than that of plastic paint.

Flows well and provides a durable finish that lasts for years.

Used for both interior and exterior applications.

Provides smoothness and brightness to the surface. Glossy finishes are generally used in bathroom, kitchens and for painting dado in hospitals, schools, stairs hall in public buildings etc.

 

How To Apply Enamel Paints?

 

Step 1: Arranging the Workplace

It is important to find the right workplace. Ensure the place chosen will allow the paint to air dry fast and has ample ventilation. Breathing enamel can be harmful as it contains many harmful chemicals and toxins. Thus, free-flowing air is important to prevent suffocation. In addition to this, the place must restrict small children and pets from coming close. Safeguard all nearby places with an old piece of cloth or paper.

 

Step 2: Cleaning the Surface

Once the location is ready, clean the surface that needs to be painted with the help of a primer. The surface must be clean from all debris and dust free. Apply a coat of primer to help safeguard it and make it durable by keeping it away from warping, rusting, or molding. In addition to this, it ensures the surface remains smooth and glossy after the enamel has been applied.

 

Step 3: Painting the Surface

Once the primer dries, you can continue painting the surface. Use a clean brush that is free from all dust and other elements. Use a turpentine to rinse the brush so that it is absolutely clean and no doubt remains. Dip the end of the brush into the paint container and wipe off all excess paint. Start painting at the center and work your way outwards. This allows you to concentrate on the most visible areas of the surface. Continue on to do a second coat if needed.

 

Step 4: Finishing

Once the enamel paint is applied, apply a layer of sealant. Sealant is a glutinous substance that gives the surface a solid and complete finish. It protects and shields the painted surface from the external environment like smoke, dust, air particles, etc. that may stick to it and damage it. Avoiding this step could result in a discolored, chipped, rusted, or damaged surface.

 

Step 5: Drying

Allow the surface to air dry. Enamel paint dries very quickly and should not take more than an hour. However, it is good to keep the surface untouched for a few hours to ensure complete drying and releasing all smell of the paint.

 

Step 6: Cleaning

Clean the surrounding area. Enamel paint, when dried is very hard to remove. Thus, it is a good idea to remove wet paint from the area surrounding the surface. Clean the tools properly before storing them as if not done properly, leftover paint may spoil the tool and make it unsuitable to use again

 

 

 

 


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