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Paint & Coating Industry

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Paint & Coating Ingredients from the Well-Known Manufacturing Companies

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Paint & Coating Ingredients

We Supply All Types of Ingredients for Different Paints & Coatings

The resin system cohesively binds the pigmentation and other components together and adhesively binds the painting to the underlying substrate or painting layer. This is what allows the painting to form a solid/hard to semi-hard (depending on the resin) plastic-like film. The choice of resin system has a substantial impact on the performance of a painting. This is the reason that a painting often is identified generically by the type of resin it contains.

The resin component of a painting is a polymer, which is formed by the covalent bonding of many smaller molecules, linking them together into a chain. The components of the chain, which are called monomers, may be all the same chemical or a mix of chemicals. The composition of a polymer is chosen so that the resin has the properties desired.

A solvent is a liquid (volatile component) that serves as the medium for a reaction. It may include water or organic liquids such as methyl ethyl ketone or mineral spirits. Although the solvent is part of the wet film during application, it is not intended to be part of the dry film once the painting dries or cures. It is uncommon for a painting to be formulated with one type of solvent; typically, a blend of solvents is used, with each type of solvent in the blend performing a different function.

Primary solvents are the solvents that are formulated into the painting to reduce the viscosity of the resin, pigment and additives so that the painting can be properly atomized through a spray gun or applied with brush or roller. Secondary solvents are slower-evaporating solvents, remaining in the wet painting film a little longer than the primary solvents. They help the painting to flow out to form a uniform, continuous film.

  • Oxygenated Solvents: these solvents contain oxygen in their molecular structure. Derived from petroleum products (produced through chemical reactions from olefins (derived from oil or natural gas), they typically have low toxicity and high solvent power. These solvents giving us the following sub-groups: alcohols, ketones, esters, ethers, glycol ethers and glycol ether esters.
  • Hydrocarbon Solvents: These are petroleum-based solvents whose chemical structure contains hydrogen and carbon atoms. Hydrocarbon solvents can have complex chemical structures. There are two main types of hydrocarbon solvent, including aromatic and aliphatic solvents. The complex composition of hydrocarbon solvents means they can be formulated to fulfill very specific industrial requirements. It is not uncommon for custom hydrocarbon solvents to be created.
  • Halogenated Solvents: These solvents contain halogen atoms (such as fluorine, bromine, iodine or chlorine) in their molecular structure. Because they are typically stable, non-flammable and fast-evaporating with high solvent capacity, they were widely used in industry for precision cleaning and many other applications. However, many types of halogenated solvents have been or are being phased out for environmental reasons.

In many industries, including the plastics industry, the term “pigment” is used to identify a substance that is a colorant. In the paintings industry, the definition is much broader. While it is true that pigments often improve the appearance of paintings, they also serve many other functions in paintings. For example, some pigments improve the physical properties of the film, such as its strength, permeability to moisture and impact resistance, whereas other pigments protect the substrate from corrosion, fire or mold.

No matter what their function is, most pigments used in the painting industry are finely divided solids that are insoluble in the other painting ingredients. Thus, most pigments do not dissolve in the resin or the solvent and instead are suspended in them. paintings typically do use not a single pigment but rather a blend of pigments to achieve the balance of aesthetic, physical, and protective properties. Generally, there are three types of pigments:

  • Extenders
  • Colorants
  • Inhibitors

Various types of additives are used to improve the consistency, flowout, surface wetting, color, ultraviolet light (e.g. sunlight) resistance and flexibility, and to prevent settling in the can (suspending agents). For example, polyurethane paintings are formulated with hindered-amine light stabilizers to help preserve gloss and color on exposure to sunlight, and plasticizers are formulated into hard or brittle paintings, such as vinyls, to provide film flexibility.

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