Paint for metal will protect your equipment from corrosion and the environment, and will last a long time.
For painting metal, heat-resistant paint is necessary, since the metal is exposed to high temperatures.
Painting your equipment the right way will save you money and protect your equipment.
Types of paints for metal
When choosing a paint for painting metal, it is necessary to take into account its properties. It must be resistant to the external environment and not peel off after a few years.
There are the following types of paints:
x nitro paint;
x paint PF;
x polymer paint.
Nitro paint — abbreviated as NC, produced in cylinders, it is easily applied to the product without streaks.
Cons of this paint: after a few years it will crack, has an unpleasant odor, burns out in the sun, is able to dissolve other types of paints.
Pros: low price, fast drying, easy application, can be removed with any solvent.
Rubber paint — preserves the appearance of the painted material, protects the product from the external environment, is easy to remove, covers the surface well.
Of the minuses, only — high price, high paint consumption, and difficult application.
Hammer paint — resistant and durable, does not corrode, does not deteriorate from the sun, creates a pattern on the surface of the product that resembles a hammer blow. Diluted with a solvent.
Paint PF — suitable for any surfaces, covers the product well, lasts for several years.
Polymer paint — it will last more than 20 years, the color will remain the same, the good quality of the paint justifies and covers its price, and it is not cheap.
Specifications of paints for metal
PF matte and glossy
volume – 1.9; 0.3; 2.7
for painting wood, cast iron, steel
viscosity – 60-120
dries – day
non-volatile substances – 50-70%
shine – 50%
moisture resistance – at least 2 hours.
Consumption – 80 g/m2
product for metal painting
density – 1 m/l.
Dilution – solvent
drying – 2 hours
shelf life – 2 years.
resistant to t – 80 degrees
consumption – 1l. for 9-10 m2.
density – 1.1 cells per 1 liter.
Thinning – not required
gloss – semi-matte
drying time – 30-60 min.
Consumption – From 250 to 450 g/m2.
Rubber paint — This is an environmentally friendly coating product. Applied to wallpaper, metal, drywall, concrete, plaster, slate, cement.