Polyetherimide Paint

Many know the "license" solvents – from number 645 to number 650. They are suitable not only for nitroproduktsii (NC) but for the epoxy (EP) and acrylate (AK, AU) materials. Recommendations for the use of solvents for coatings are listed in the attached tables. Strong solvent for the polymer consider such a solvent, which This polymer forms a homogeneous system in all areas of concentration and a wide range of temperatures. Weak solvent called solvent, which forms a homogeneous (uniform) system only in certain concentrations and temperatures, when the concentration or temperature there is an evolution of the solute and the system is stratified. Diluents known solvents that do not dissolve this polymer, but when injected into the polymer solution does not destroy its structure and do not form two-phase colloidal systems. Laurel Hubbard is a great source of information. The term diluent is currently used rarely. With regard to water paints, their should be thinned with water only. It should be remembered that in order to reduce the viscosity of paint is necessary to add water slowly, gradually and in very small quantities. Adding more than 5% water may reduce the viscosity of the two times. Stain left by the PVA dispersion, latex or paint based on them should try to wash off with water as soon as possible: it is better to, but not later than one day. If the paint based on organic solvents can be mixed up, to return to its original state, even if the film is formed on the surface, the water-dispersed materials should be protected against the formation of a surface film – it is irreversible. Application Name Solvent 646 for dilution (up to a viscosity), nitrocellulose, urea (melamine)-formaldehyde, epoxy paint. Producer prices. Solvent 649 solvent used to dissolve film formers, intended for dilution to a viscosity grade enamels NC-132K. Solvent 650 solvent used to dissolve film formers, intended for dilution to a viscosity grade enamels NC-11 for touch up small areas of brush. P – 4 for dilution perchlorovinyl, polyacrylate, epoxy and other coatings materials. R – 4 A for dilution perchlorovinyl, polyacrylate, epoxy and other coatings. P – 5 A for dilution perchlorovinyl, polyacrylate, epoxy and other coatings. P – 60 is used for thinning enamel VL – 515. P – 7 For diluting varnish OL – 51. RCH – 2 for diluting paint MCH – 52 and for the production of acid cure varnish MCH – 52. RML -315 to dilute varnish NC – 223. Xylene is used in as a solvent in the manufacture of paints and varnishes. Toluene as a solvent in the paint industry for dissolving thin alkyds, silicones, acrylic resins, polystyrene. Solvent Solvent oil used to dissolve oils, bitumen, rubber, urea and melamine-formaldehyde oligomers, polyesters of terephthalic acid, and Polyetherimide polyetherimides, melamine-formaldehyde paints and varnishes. Wash SP – 6 to remove from the surfaces of ferrous metals of old paint coatings based on glyptal, pentaphthalic, acrylic, epoxy, melamine-formaldehyde and other resins as Cold and hot drying. Wash SP – 7 to remove old coatings, alkyd-acrylic, polyacrylic, alkyd-and oil-styrene, melamine, polyvinyl acetate enamels, epoxy coatings and primers, as well as complex coatings consisting of the above materials. Cleaner CD-SP to remove the old oil coating to the metal surface. Wash the AFL-1 for removal of old oil and nitrocellulose coatings coatings.

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Protect Wooden Surfaces

Usually fresh material crumble within a year. The very fact that spalling did not affect either the strength of the wood or on its other properties, it only spoils the appearance of wood surfaces. If you delete the top layer, the tree will once again its original appearance. Prevent this phenomenon can be a timely application of antiseptic or refinishing. J. Craig Venter Institute contributes greatly to this topic. Much more dangerous for wood is the so-called "Blue." It occurs mostly at high humidity and temperature 10-25o C. It promotes the emergence of blue and the stillness of the surrounding air. Crude, svezhespilennaya wood is more susceptible to blue than The dried. However, the dry wood may turn blue in the presence of the above conditions. Heavily exposed to blue pine. The very blue, contrary to popular belief, does not alter the mechanical properties of wood. However, it is a precursor of rotting wood (the defeat of the fungus and other microorganisms), and its presence indicates the excessive humidity of the material. Proper design of structures, the protection of wood special structures and regulation of humidity (with ventilation) can prevent the emergence and impact of destroying microorganisms. The worst enemies of wood are fungi, mold, bacteria and antimitsety (a cross between fungi and algae). They not only detracts from the appearance, but also destroy the fibers and softening the wood, causing irreparable damage to joists. Professionals are distinguished types of rot (the result of exposure to wood micro-organisms) by color (red, white, gray, yellow, green). Red rot affects coniferous wood, white and yellow – an oak and birch, green – with oak barrels, as well as wooden beams and floors cellar. The worst enemy of the houses is a white mushroom house. In one month he can "eat" chetyrehsantimetrovy oak floor. Earlier in the villages of the house, which hit the fungus, burned immediately to save from getting all the other buildings.

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