Airmix® Spray Tip - Asymmetrical Fan Spray
- The finish quality of airspray with the productivity of airless spraying technologies
- Asymmetrical shape to spray from the side ( 60°)
- Transfer efficency of 86%
Epoxy primer/sealer is a non-porous finish that is typically recommended as the first base coat over bare steel.
Epoxy primer/sealer multi-component is a non-porous finish base mixed with a hardener that is typically recommended as the first base coat over bare steel.
Designed to hide profile & surface imperfections, multi-component polyurethane primers & sealers improve adhesion of top coats to the substrate due to the addition of a hardener.
Designed to hide profile & surface imperfections, water-based primers & sealers are environmentally friendly.
Designed to hide profile & surface imperfections, polyurethane primers & sealers promote adhesion of top coats to the substrate.
The Anti-Corrosion Epoxy Multi-Component product is highly resistant to marine & industrial environments, buried conditions, ground water, effluents, salt water & a wide range of oils & chemicals.
Zinc coatings when applied to blasted steel provide excellent anti-rust spray coating corrosion protection, weathering protection & very good resistance to salt water & solvents. Inorganic zinc coatings provide excellent anti-rust corrosion protection when used in chemical plants, refineries & coastal or offshore installations. This coating can provide even better corrosion protection when a top coat is applied. Inorganic zinc coatings are compatible with epoxies, phenolics, acrylics, silicones & many other coatings.
A two-component efficient coating product, used as first layer on metallic surfaces & in a wide range of painting systems. Forms an excellent quality anti-corrosive polyurethane film, ensuring the adherence between the surface & the next layer of the painting process.
Anti-Corrosion Epoxy is applied for active anti-corrosive & anti-rust protection of iron & steel surfaces that are to be coated. It is extremely hard & resistant to friction. It is particularly resistant to diluted acids, alkalis, petroleum products, some solvents, water, sea water, and more.
UV-resistant epoxy systems mixed with hardener cure faster & in moist conditions.
UV coatings can be formulated up to 100% solids so that they have no volatile component that contributes to pollution.
Water-based UV coatings can be considered aesthetically equivalent to bi-component acrylic & polyurethane solvent-based coatings. The range is composed of both pigmented & transparent products.
UV curable epoxy systems do not require the addition of curing agents. They cure within minutes, or even seconds, and have unlimited working times.
The UV polyurethane multi-components are especially designed for very strong UV stability. Mixing with hardener gives very high durability & UV resistance.
The UV polyurethanes are especially designed for UV stability, The coating is long lasting, offers excellent substrate protection, provides an attractive finish & is user-friendly.
Polyurethane Top Coat is a two- or three-pack isocyanate-cured polyurethane that gives a durable, high gloss finish. Isocyanates included in the hardener are moisture-sensitive & need a specific process for insulating the circuit.
Top Coat Epoxys are used for decorative flooring applications, such as Terrazzo flooring, chip flooring & colored aggregate flooring.
Two-part epoxy coatings were developed for heavy duty service on metal substrates & use less energy than heat-cured.
Water-based polyurethane is popular because of its low odor & low toxicity. It goes on clear without adding a faint color like oil-based versions do & it dries much faster.
Multi-Component Epoxy Acid Catalyzing (AC) systems require a hardener or catalyst to dry/cure, which works by starting & maintaining the binder's curing process until the chemical reaction is complete. The solvent evaporates prior to & during the chemical reaction concluding a final film of lacquer, paint or filler. The catalyst is moisture-sensitive and requires a Flowmax® technology protection.
Multi-Component Epoxy Acid Catalyzing (AC) systems require a hardener or catalyst to dry/cure, which works by starting & maintaining the binder's curing process until the chemical reaction is complete. The solvent evaporates prior to & during the chemical reaction concluding a final film of lacquer, paint or filler. Curing times of AC products can be dramatically accelerated with heat application.