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Paints

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Paints

  1. 1. Anti – fungus paint Chemical Resistant paint Comparison of Anti – fungus and Chemical Resistant paints Two type of paint in the industries
  2. 2. In other words can be known as mold resistance It is apply on moisture place such as bathroom, basement and kitchen It contain anti microbial ingredients Introduction :
  3. 3. Suitable for interior painting Fungus resistance Low odour, when freshly paint Type of Anti – fungus paints : Water resistance can be easily remove dirt and stains can covering hairline cracks
  4. 4.  To prevent mold and fungal growth  Contain biocides or mildewcides to exterior coatings to prevent fungus growing Antimicrobial Coatings Type of Anti – fungus paints : Prevent the growth of mold Excellent longevity Superior moisture prevention Provides protection from water penetration Mold Resistant Coatings
  5. 5. A paint system that is applied to a surface for protection against attack by aggressive substances A coating which retain its characteristics under various degrees of chemical exposure Introduction :
  6. 6. Easier Clean-up Increase Durability Chemical Resistance Corrosion Resistance Abrasion Resistance Increase Durability Lubricating Properties Capability :
  7. 7.  Air drying single coating  Lower level of protection against chemical attack  Rely on solvent’s evaporation to leave a resin film  Two component reactive systems  Greater chemical resistant  Rely on cross-linking process of molecular strands to form their structure Categories :
  8. 8.  Epoxy resins  Commonly used for floor coatings and screeds  Resistance against aqueous acids and alkalis, fats, oils, general fuels, lubricants, salt and sugar solution  Susceptible at higher temperatures  Example: Resucoat HB, Sikagard 63N, Nitocote EP410, and etc.  Polyurethane resins  Commonly used for durable floor coatings and screeds  Resistance against organic acids and alkalis, fuel and hydraulic oils, and aromatic and aliphatic solvents  Greater resistance than epoxy resins at elevated temperatures  Example: Resutile, Resudeck, Resupen, and etc. Types of Chemical Resistant Paint :
  9. 9.  Methacrylates  Used as durable coatings offering good resistance to aqueous solution but can be poor against solvents of all types.  Vinyl Esters  Used mainly for bund and tank lining offering excellent chemical resistance for almost all chemicals  However, they require specialist expertise in application Types of Chemical Resistant Paint :
  10. 10. Nature of the medium Concentration of the medium Temperature Degree of exposure Length of time of exposure Factors affecting performance of Chemical Resistant Paint :
  11. 11. Anti Fungus paint Chemical Resistant paint Used in areas like attics, basements, crawl spaces, and bathrooms Used in areas like decorative floors Paint system to remove mold and repairing mold-related damage on the walls Paint system that is applied to a surface to protect from attack by an aggressive substance Paints contain antimicrobial ingredients that help prevent the growth of mold on painted surfaces Paints contain acidic chemical agent that help to reduce the agrressive substance Examples are Rust-Oleum 2774 Zinsser Interior EggShell, Perma White and Supreme Chemicals MC-2 Mildewcide Paint Additive 10 Gram Examples are Sika® Fastflor® CR Solvent-Free, Chemical-Resistant, Fast- Cure, Epoxy Floor Coating and Sikafloor® 381 Highly Resistant, Epoxy Novolac Binder
  12. 12.  Example of Anti- Fungus paint  Example of Chemical Resistant paint Fungus attack on woods Before and after applying the paint for prevention of chemicals
  13. 13. Anti – fungus paint • To prevent wall gets mold Chemical resistant paint • To resists chemical intrusion

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