Paint Coating Construction Often Contact Term Explanation
HC surface treatment network: filler: filler is also called filler or body pigment, such as old powder (light calcium carbonate), talcum powder, white carbon black, barium sulfate and so on. It is almost a white powder with large tinting strength and hiding power, but it can improve the weather resistance of the coating in the coating and is not easy to be powdered. Pigments: Pigments are also called coloring pigments, and are divided into inorganic pigments and organic pigments. Inorganic pigments have high hiding power, high density, good light and heat resistance, such as titanium white, lithopone, iron red, iron yellow, ultramarine, etc.; organic pigments have bright color, high tinting strength and good chemical resistance, such as Light fast yellow, phthalocyanine pigment, toluidine red, Lisol red and so on.
Clear oil: Clear oil is also known as cooked oil. A liquid film-forming material obtained by heat-refining a dry oil (such as tung oil, linseed oil, etc.) or a semi-drying oil (such as soybean oil), and adding an appropriate amount of drier is collectively referred to as clear oil. The clear oil can be applied directly to the surface of the object, and it can also be used to adjust the thick paint or mix with the pigment to prepare the primer or putty. The clear oil used for brush powder is mainly mature tung oil raw material.
Additives: Additives are also called additives. Such as antifoaming agents, dispersing agents, emulsifiers, thickeners, plasticizers, anti-mold agents, fillers, etc. for coatings.
Tinting strength: Tinting strength refers to the ability to show the color strength of a pigment. The tinting strength determines the amount of pigment used in the coating. The smaller the amount, the stronger the tinting strength, and vice versa, the color strength is expressed as a percentage.
Hue: The overall relationship between color and color constitutes the tone of the color. The main hue in the hue is the main tone or keynote.
Latex: Latex is also called "latex". Latex refers to an emulsion colloid formed by uniformly dispersing fine particles of a polymer compound in water. The particle size of the colloid is usually between 0.15 and 5 um. The synthetic latex can be obtained by emulsion polymerization of the monomer under emulsion dispersion. It is the main base for the manufacture of latex paints and latex paints.
Polymer: A compound composed of a plurality of repeating units of a polymer. Those with a lower molecular weight are called oligomers, and those having a molecular weight of up to several dry or millions of or more are high polymers.
Copolymer: A polymer formed by the reaction of two or more different monomers. Such as vinyl acetate and vinyl chloride copolymer. a copolymer of acrylate and styrene.
Coating: Coating is also called coating. Refers to the film formed by applying the coating to the surface of the object in an appropriate manner under certain conditions. The coating film has a bottom layer, a middle coating layer, a surface layer, and an outermost layer.