The temp. of climate increasing day by day, so during the application of paint on metal surface it has been shown some popping( pin holes) over the surface.This all due to water addition in paints.
The phenomenon of popping occurs in water-containing paint systems. In this case, water evaporates from the surface of the paint layer accompanied by the increase in viscosity just mentioned. When the water present in lower paint layers subsequently evaporates, small bubbles are formed which, on bursting, lead to the described cratering effect (also known as popping or pinholing). In addition, small bubbles in areas near the surface can be visually unattractive even before they burst because they spoil the uniform appearance of the surface (blisters).
Our WS2200 would not have any adverse effects on the paint film (high compatibilities), would not cause any craters or loss of gloss, would not reduce adhesion to the substrate, would not impair adhesion to the following layer of paint and would not adversely affect the appearance of the paint film.
Exporting and manufacturing industrial solvent such as extender solutions, performance chemicals, alkyd paint solutions, water dispersible alkyd resins, primer solutions, water based primer solutions and acrylic emulsions.
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