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When it comes to industrial painting, no two jobs are alike. But there is one sure thing; a quality job begins with a quality industrial paint. Whether you're an industrial business owner, corrosion engineer, facilities manager, architect, coating specifier,  we hope you come to rely on the Industrial Paint Quality of GWPainting experts in industrial paints & floor epoxy's We want to be your resource for coating your project  for corrosion control and industrial maintenance or, applying protective coatings on concrete, masonry, or metal.
   

Protection of capital and infrastructure, as well as safety, are important for those who manage Bridge and Highway systems. Waterborne acrylic industrial coatings are a great choice to fulfill these needs as they provide excellent protection and corrosion resistance, are environmentally friendly, exhibit low-odor, provide the ability for brilliant color and are easy to apply.

Applications
Typical acceptable substrates for coating include: steel, galvanized steel, aluminum, concrete or masonry, plastic and wood.

Waterborne acrylic maintenance coatings have been successfully utilized for over twenty years in these environments and are suitable for bridges spanning intercostals waterways as well.

Oil/Alkyd Paints
Oil base paints were the first factory-made paints.  Traditionally, resins derived from natural oils such as linseed oil were used, but modern oil resins called alkyds offer numerous advantages over natural resins.  The main difference between an oil or alkyd and a latex paint is the vehicle or carrier of the resin.  In a latex paint, water is the vehicle.  In oil paint, a solvent, such as paint thinner or mineral spirits is used.

Today, 100% oil paints are seldom used.  Alkyd paints consist of natural drying oils combined with alkyd resin, which is a harder substance.  The development of the synthetic resins has made it possible to produce more consistent, higher quality alkyds.  An alkyd, therefore, is a synthetic resin blended with oil.  There are many types of alkyd resins, resulting in many types of alkyd paints.

 

 

Protection of capital and infrastructure as well as safety are important for those who manage Marine and Coastal sites. Waterborne acrylic industrial coatings are a great choice to fulfill these needs as they provide excellent protection and corrosion resistance, are environmentally friendly, exhibit low-odor, provide the ability for brilliant color and are easy to apply.

Applications
Typical acceptable substrates for coating include: steel, galvanized steel, aluminum, concrete or masonry, plastic, and wood.

Although not typically suggested first, Waterborne acrylic maintenance coatings have been successfully utilized for over twenty years in these environments and are suitable for bridges spanning intercostals waterways, as well as light houses. They have also been successfully used on ship interiors, as well as exteriors of stationary vessels.

Some advantages of oil/alkyd paints:

  • Exceptionally durable and washable
  • Adhere, flow, and level well – very good brushing qualities
  • Perform well at lower temperatures
  • Tolerate poor surface preparation; have more bite onto the surface

Oil/alkyds also have some drawbacks over latex paints.  The solvent vehicles have more odor than latex, they yellow with age, and require solvent for clean up, rather than soap and water.
 

Besides being less hazardous than typical solvent based coatings, they are quick and easy to apply, low-odor, environmentally friendly, and offer excellent corrosion protection and durability. They are also very versatile for use in overall plant color schemes to support safety, labeling, and branding purposes.

Applications
Typical applications include: storage tanks, piping and pipe racks, railings, racking, plant infrastructure, clean rooms, offices, lockers and change-rooms, plant buildings, doors, and shelters.

Warning
WARNING! If you scrape, sand or remove old paint, you may release lead
dust. LEAD IS TOXIC. EXPOSURE TO LEAD DUST CAN CAUSE SERIOUS ILLNESS,
SUCH AS BRAIN DAMAGE, ESPECIALLY IN CHILDREN. PREGNANT WOMEN SHOULD
ALSO AVOID EXPOSURE. Wear a NIOSH-approved respirator to control lead
exposure. Clean up carefully with a HEPA vacuum and a wet mop. Before
you start, find out how to protect yourself and your family by
contacting the National Lead Information Hotline at              
1-800-424-LEAD        or log on to   www.epa.gov/lead.

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Consideration should be used in all your coatings selection actives, but special considerations should be made in applications where caustic or corrosive chemicals will come in direct contact with the coating. For these specialized applications it is likely a solvent based
coating is the best choice.

To obtain more information about your particular application, select an application that most resembles your project site.

 

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