Waterborne anticorrosive paint uses water as solvent and thinner, which is non-toxic and odourless, has no risk of fire and explosion, and is not harmful to human health.
Except for underwater and particularly harsh corrosive environments, waterborne anticorrosive paints have good corrosion resistance. This kind of water-based primer paint has good applications in bridges, containers, petrochemicals, storage tanks, pipelines, wind power towers and industrial factories. Waterborne anticorrosive paint can also be applied to the concrete surface.
Waterborne epoxy coatings usually have very good adhesion to most surfaces and can be used on substrate surfaces such as steel, concrete and aluminum. The paint film formation of waterborne epoxy coatings is more stringent than that of solvent epoxy because there are two steps in its process: water volatilization and paint film polymerization and crosslinking. If the curing speed is lower than the volatilization speed of the water, the paint film will contain water and reduce performance. The correct application of the coating can make it reach the performance of solvent-based epoxy coatings
Waterborne acrylic paint can be customized according to requirements to obtain the required construction performance. Waterborne acrylic paint can be made into gloss and semi-gloss type, primer, topcoat and sealer for the concrete surface. It can be constructed on most substrate surfaces, including steel, galvanized parts, aluminum, concrete, masonry and wood. The waterborne acrylic primer dries quickly and can be recoated after 2 hours at 23°C. The waterborne acrylic topcoat has good weather resistance, UV resistance, water-resistance and no yellowing. Hard-drying can be achieved after 45 minutes, and it can be recoated after 2 hours. The weather resistance of waterborne acrylic topcoat is better than that of solvent-based topcoat. The waterborne acrylic topcoat can be matched with waterborne epoxy or acrylic primer and intermediate paint, and it can also be used on solvent-based coatings.