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Generic types of paint

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Alkyd Paints

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Alkyd paints
Properties
Advantages Good application

properties 1-component Good weather durability Good wetting properties Good recoatability Good levelling properties Good gloss retention Dry heat resistant up to 120 C.
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Limitations Poor chemical resistance



(especially against alkaline) Limited water resistance (submerged) Limited solvent resistance Limited film thickness per coat Poor adhesion to CR Never to be used on Zinc

Alkyd based products

ALKYD

Alkyd primer Aluflex Pilot I and II Mammut Primer Mammut Topcoat

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Acrylic Paints

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Acrylic Paints
Properties
Advantages
Physically drying Not temperature

Limitations
Poor solvent resistance Low solid content Relatively poor wetting

dependent Easy to recoat properties One component Thermoplastic Very good water Dry heat resistant up to resistance approx. 70 C Relatively good chemical resistance

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Acrylic based products

ACRYLIC
Pioner Primer Pioner Topcoat

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Vinyl Paints

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Vinyl paints
Properties Advantages Limitations
Physically drying Good chemical resistance Good water resistance Quick drying Not temperature dependent One-component
Used for:
Exterior objects above water Offshore on top of Zinc-ethylsilicate

Low solid content Poor resistance against


strong solvents Dry heat resistant up to approximately 80 C

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Vinyl based paints

VINYL-based Vinyguard Silvergrey 88 Al. Vinyguard Silvergrey 88 Al. RT

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Pure Epoxy Paints

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Epoxy paints
Epoxy resin Solvents Pigments Extenders Additives Curing agent Solvent

Part A:

+
Part B:

Chemical reaction Evaporation of solvent


Result Insoluble 3-dimensional network

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Pure Epoxy paints


Properties
Advantages Limitations

Chemical curing Very good chemical resistance High alkali resistance Moderate resistance to acids Good adhesion Very low permeability High mechanical strength Dry heat resistant up to 120 C

Chalking Temperature dependent 2 - component Requires blast cleaning Overcoating time

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Pure Epoxy products

PURE EPOXY Penguard Primer Penguard HB Penguard Topcoat Tankguard HB

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Tar Epoxy Paints

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Coal Tar Epoxy


Properties
Advantages:
Chemically curing More flexible Excellent water resistance Better wetting properties Dry heat resistant up to 90 C

Limitations:
Dark colour Temp. dependent 2-component Recoating interval Bleeding when overcoated Coal Tar is carcinogenic

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Coal Tar Epoxy paints

COAL TAR EPOXY Jotaguard 85

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Epoxy Mastic Paints

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Epoxy Mastic paints


Properties Advantages Limitations
Chemically curing Surface tolerant Light colours Very good water resistance Very good wetting properties Good chemical resistance High solid content High build (Thick coats) Winter curing agent Dry heat resistant up to 90 C
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Chalking Temperature dependent Not to be applied on


thick coats of physically drying paints

Epoxy Mastic paints General characteristics

Surface tolerant. High solids. High build. Reduced application time (less cost). Environmentally friendly.

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JOTAMASTIC 87
Pre-treatment
Jotamastic 87 gives very good corrosion protection of steel on following substrates:

Wirebrushing St 2 and St 3 Blast-cleaning Sa1 - Sa 2 Water Jetted surfaces. Magnesium descaled surfaces Existing, old paint, except thick, physically drying paints.

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Epoxy Mastic Paints

EPOXY MASTIC Balloxy HB light Jotamastic 87 color Jotamastic 87 Al. Primastic Universal Safeguard Universal ES

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Polyurethane Paints

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Polyurethane Paints
Properties Advantages Limitations

Very good weather resistance Excellent gloss durability Very good chemical resistance Very good solvent resistance Cures down to 0 C
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2-pack May cause skin irritation Overcoating time

Polyurethane Paints

POLYURETHANE . Hardtop AS (high gloss) Hardtop HB (semi gloss) Hardtop Flexi

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Zinc based Paints

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Zinc Epoxy
Advantages

Properties Limitations

Temperature dependent 2-component Film thickness: 25 - 50 m Not acid- and alkaline resistant (Resistant between pH 5-9)

Chemically curing Good corrosion protection Good adhesion Require min. Sa 2 Good mechanical strength May be recoated with all types of paint, except Alkyd Dry heat resistant up to 120 C

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Zinc Ethylsilicate Paints Properties


Advantages
Very good solvent resistance Very high heath resistance
(max 400 Very high mechanical strength Very good adhesion to blast cleaned steel Relatively good re-coatability
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Limitations
Requires humidity for
curing 2-pack Max. DFT: 100 m At higher DFT tendency of mud-cracking or checking

oC)

Zinc based paints

ZINC based Barrier Resist GTI Resist 78

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Heat Resistant Paints

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Aluminium Silicone Paints


Properties

Pure aluminium silicone:


Resistant up to approximately 600C

Modified aluminium silicone:


Resistant up to approximately 400C

To be applied in thin coats only (20 m)


Heavier coats may give blistering

Remember:
To be applied on Sa 2 Overcoating only on fully cured Zinc silicate
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Heat Resistant Paints

HEAT RESISTANT Aluminium Paint HR (250 C) Solvalitt (600 C)

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Others Paints

GLASSFLAKE Jotamastic 87 GF Marathon Baltoflake ANTI-SKID


Aggregate (14 & 20 mesh size)

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