Acid and Alkali Resistance Paints are available in a wide range of formulations, suited to different applications. The most common types are epoxy, phenolic, rubber and bitumen. According to the specific environment and condition, the specific paint is chosen to use. Epoxy-based acid and alkali resistant paint is used for internal facilities or concrete surfaces, and for industrial pipelines and floors. And for marine application or buried pipeline, bitumen acid and alkali resistant paint are mostly used. Phenolic paint is suited for acid gas and vapor. Rubber modified acid and alkali resistant paint is for acid or alkali water or moisture environment.
This paint is flammable and contains volatile and flammable solvents, so it must be kept away from sparks and open flames. It is strictly forbidden to smoke in the workplace, and effective measures should be taken to prevent the generation of sparks (such as using explosion-proof electrical equipment to prevent static electricity accumulation, avoid metal impact, etc.).
The construction site should be kept well ventilated as far as possible. In order to eliminate the hidden danger of explosion during use, sufficient ventilation should be ensured to maintain the gas/air ratio not exceeding 10% of the lowest explosion limit. Generally, 200 cubic meters of ventilation per kilogram of solvent are required to maintain the lowest explosion limit of 10%. working environment.
Take effective measures to prevent direct contact between the skin and eyes and the paint (such as using work clothes, gloves, goggles, face shields, and applying protective oil, etc.). If the skin comes into contact with the product accidentally, please wash thoroughly with water and soap or a suitable industrial cleaner; if your eyes are contaminated, please rinse immediately with water for at least 10 minutes, and seek medical attention immediately.
During construction, it is recommended to wear a face mask to prevent inhalation of paint mist and harmful gases, especially in poorly ventilated environments. Finally, please carefully dispose of the used paint buckets to avoid environmental pollution.
Protect the surface from all types of acids
Resist the corrosion of various acids
Heat resistance up to 300°C (570°F)
Single layer protection
Simple application method
Extend shelf life