The water-based acrylic coating is composed of acrylic emulsion, pigments, etc. The water-based acrylic topcoat is a one-component coating with water as the diluent, and the paint film has good gloss and excellent performance.
Water-based acrylic topcoat is mainly used in mild to moderate industrial corrosive environments, such as corrosion protection and appearance decoration of steel structures, mechanical equipment, vehicles, buildings, pipelines, petrochemicals, guardrails and other facilities. It has excellent protective properties.
Diluted with water and nonflammable;
Good rust resistance and excellent waterproof performance;
Good adhesion to bare steel and shop primer, and quick drying;
Compatible with the existing waterborne coatings or solvent-based coatings
Dry Film Thickness
30μm per coat
Coverage Rate (Theoretical)
Dry to touch
Water-based acrylic paint is a type of acrylic paint. Water-based coatings were first widely used in the field of construction and later were promoted to be used in heavy-duty corrosion protection of steel structures including marine engineering. The advantages of water-based paints using water as a solvent and thinner are obvious. Not only is the price low, but the water is non-toxic and has no odor, so there is no danger of explosion and no harm to human health.