Anti-corrosion Epoxy Paint
In advanced technological era corrosion is still considered a major problem because it is the main cause of industrial failures and loss of billions of dollars annually for preventive maintenance and restoration of metal substrates. Corrosion resistant paints protect metal components against degradation due to the moisture, salt spray, oxidation or exposure to a variety of industrial chemicals. Anti-corrosion coating allows for added protection of metal surfaces and acts as a barrier to inhibit the contact between chemical compounds or corrosive materials. Addition of nanoparticles as fillers to the polymeric paints not only increases their efficiency in terms of corrosion resistance but also improves their mechanical properties.
Anti-corrosion Powder Paint
Corrosion is the gradual destruction of materials by chemical reaction with their environment. It degrades the useful properties of materials and structures including strength, appearance and permeability to liquids and gases. The amount by which a corrosion coating reduces the rate of corrosion varies depending on the kind of metal and its environment, and is notably slower in room temperature air for aluminum, chromium, zinc, titanium, and silicon. Because of excellent corrosion resistance, thermal stability and less conductivity, SiO2 is an excellent anti-corrosion material. Inactivity and low cost make silica an excellent filler and extender for paint. Adding silica to paint creates textural qualities in paint without affecting its color. Silica has little color in drying oil, so it can be added to oil paint without affecting the tint of the color. Due to its hardness it tends to add a discernible texture to paint.
Electrostatic Powder Paint with Smoke Reduction Properties
Use of powder paint as an alternative for liquid paint has created a great evolution in the color quality. Liquid paints create environmental pollution because of possessing evaporative chemical solvents during drying, and they are harmful for human health. The powder paint entered to the market for the first time in 1962. Keeping of 100% solid state, in addition to environmental pollution prevention, has offered incomparable quality against liquid paints to the industry. Powder paints are now taken 15% of the market share and compete with traditional liquid paints. Due to environmental laws on pollution and waste removal, replacement of liquid paints with powder paints becomes more important every day.
Larma Rust Converter
The rusting of metal surfaces reduces the longevity of metal equipment and the damage becomes far greater in humid environments. Larma Rust Converter is a coating applied on rusted surfaces and by creating a new layer, prevents the advancement of rusting while at the same time using the rust of the metal as a member of the structure. In 2 to 4 hours after applying this coating on the surface, alongside protecting the structure from rusting, it prevents the development of corrosion and active nanoparticles in the formulated structure; creating a strong anti-corrosive surface. This type of liquid coating, which is water-based (water solvent for dilution), is designed and presented for the coating and painting of rusted surfaces. After drying, the color of this coating appears burnt brown to black.
Lotus Traffic Paint
Paint is mainly composed of finely ground pigments and fillers that are mixed into a resin or binder system. A liquid (water or solvent) is added to the mixture to produce flexibility in the final product for application in different cases. Then various ingredients and additives are incorporated for certain desired properties. This product is based on thermoplastic acrylic resin containing nano-clay, which increases wear resistance.
Normal Decorative Crack Paint
Crackle techniques are most often applied to represent an aged effect. A crackle effect can also be applied for interesting texture and backgrounds, and applied to mimic organic forms like tree bark, stone and rock surfaces, and even the skin of a leaf. Crackle Paint is a fast-drying paint that crackles as it dries to create an eggshell cracking pattern in just one step. As the paint dries, it will begin to crack, showing the base color underneath.
This product is traffic paint based on thermoplastic acrylic nanocomposite resin. In nanocomposites inorganic filler is dispersed within a polymer matrix at a nanoscale level, thus the clay layer could be intercalated or exfoliated into the polymer to form polymer/clay nanocomposites. The paint has a fast-drying time, high durability, excellent resistance to various weather conditions and excellent adhesion to surfaces covered with asphalt and cement.
Water-based Inkjet Ink Formulated with Pigment Nanoparticles
Ink is a liquid or paste that contains pigments or dyes and is used to color a surface to produce an image, text, or design. Ink can be a complex medium, composed of solvents, pigments, dyes, resins, lubricants, solubilizers, surfactants, particulate matter, fluorescents, and other materials. Pigment inks are used more frequently than dyes because they are more color-fast, but they are also more expensive, less consistent in color, and have limited color range than dyes. Pigments are solid, opaque particles suspended in ink to provide color. Pigment molecules typically link together in crystalline structures that are 0.1-2 μm in size and comprise 5-30 percent of the ink volume. Qualities such as hue, saturation, and lightness vary depending on the source and type of pigment.