Epoxy enamel is a two-component self-drying paint composed of epoxy resin, pigments, additives, solvents and curing agents. The epoxy enamel paint film is hard, high gloss, high adhesion, good waterproof, mildew and corrosion resistance, good wear resistance. Epoxy enamel is widely used for interior decoration and anti-corrosion topcoats such as steel and concrete that have been coated with epoxy primer. It can also be used for structural coating of indoor equipment such as ship cabins, pipeline inner walls, and factory walls that are not exposed to sunlight.
Good resistance to humid and heat, and to salt spray
Excellent resistance to water, oil, alkali, weak acid and salt water
Tough and smooth film with anti-mildew and antifouling properties
Favorable impact and abrasion resistance, as well as excellent adhesion
two components base : hardener=5:1 by weight
Dry Film Thickness
30μm per coat
Coverage Rate (Theoretical)
Dry to touch
22.5kgs for one kit, part A 20kgs, part B 2.5kgs
Epoxy enamel is a type of epoxy topcoat, when exposed to sunshine, it will lose its gloss and color and get chalky.
Epoxy enamel is a kind of epoxy paint, which has good mechanical and anti-corrosion properties. It can be used as an anti-corrosive topcoat for water and humidity resistance indoors, underground and inside of containers.
Epoxy enamel is recommended for anti-corrosion and decorative finishes in environments without direct sunlight such as indoors and basements. Especially used in humid, hot, alkaline and other environments, such as water treatment equipment, indoor structure of swimming pool, boiler room piping, etc.