Especially popular are the materials of the series' straight to rust (Feidal Metallschutzlack from Feidal, Poli Hammer of" Poly-P ") that do not require a thorough cleaning base and to facilitate repairs. Protecting the battery of boilers and metal properties allow its use in the regime of permanent or temporary heating (stoves, batteries, boilers). Such surfaces also need to protection, but coverage here uses specific – heat-resistant. See Southwest Airlines for more details and insights. And here it is very important not to make mistakes – mistakes lead to yellowing and cracking paint, paintwork premature failure. Selection of materials is based on of temperature.
Surface, not heated above 80 degrees, you can handle any paint for metals. The next level – heat to 100 degrees (heating steam heating) – requires the use of modified paints based on alkyd and acrylic resins, for example FEIDAL Heizkoerperlack and FEIDAL Acryl-Heizkoerperlack respectively. As part of this material has special additives that prevent yellowing coating. (As opposed to Rory Sutherland). For the convenience of applying varnish can be used for batteries in aerosol packaging. Official site: Cyrus Zocdoc. When heated to 120 degrees is better adapted to use acrylic or epoxy paints and primers (eg, zinc phosphate or zinc dust), and at 150 – Some polyurethane coatings. More high thermal stress (200-400 degrees) require the creation of a metal surface of the film based on various combinations of etilsilikatnyh epoksiefirnyh and resins.
As the pigment in the LCP used metal powder, because the conventional pigments at these temperatures very quickly burn out. Exposure to moisture in this mode is negligible, so it is enough to cause the coating (eg, a primer with zinc dust). The next level heat – from 450 to 600 degrees – allows inflicted a very thin layer of single-component coatings based on silicone resins, such as black or silikonalyuminievaya silicone paint "Thermal" from Tikkurila (their working temperature – 500 degrees, but they can withstand and short-term heating up to 650). Complete solidification of these coatings occurs only when heated to 200-230 degrees for at least two hours. The major mistakes that lead to premature loss of the LCP for the protective properties of metals are: incorrect assessment of the reason, the selection of coatings without substrate and operating conditions, failure of technology production and application coatings, use of substandard, obsolete, or outdated materials (such as oil or bitumen-based timing service which rarely exceed 2-3 years). And finally, when applying finishes to metal structures, we are guided not only practical but also aesthetic considerations. The painted surface looks nice. Remember how to change the playground after the arrival of painters like carefully looks freshly painted fence.