Chlorinated rubber paint has a wide range of uses, good anti-corrosion effect, and the price is also economical. It is mainly divided into chlorinated rubber primer and chlorinated rubber finish. Let’s talk about the difference between chlorinated rubber primer and finish today.
Introduction of chlorinated rubber paint
Chlorinated rubber primer is composed of chlorinated rubber, modified resin, pigment, filler, auxiliary agent, stabilizer, organic solvent, etc.
Chlorinated rubber topcoat is a one-component paint composed of chlorinated rubber resin, pigment, plasticizer and solvent.
Performance difference between chlorinated rubber primer and finish
Both paints have excellent corrosion resistance to acid, alkali and salt media. It has excellent low-temperature construction performance and can be constructed in the environment of – 20 ℃ and 50 ℃. Fast drying and short construction period.
The difference between primer and finish is that the finish film has excellent compactness and can resist the penetration of water vapor and corrosive media. It also has excellent weather resistance, the paint film is not powdery, not yellowing, and has excellent decorative properties. The primer film has good acid resistance, corrosion resistance, atmospheric corrosion resistance, and good physical and mechanical properties.
Chlorinated rubber primer is mainly used for anti-corrosion of ship waterline parts, protective coating of automobile chassis and engineering machinery chassis, or protective coating of equipment, pipeline and metal components under moderate corrosion.
Chlorinated rubber topcoat is applicable to the coating of steel structures, tanks, vehicles, buildings and other surfaces.
Post time: Feb-09-2023