MIL-C-8514C is a polyvinyl butyral zinc chromate formulation that may be used to prime all plain or plated metallic surfaces. Priming surfaces with Acid Etching Primer will ensure maximum adhesion of all bake or air-dry finish coats (including lacquer finish coats).
MIL-PRF-85285 Polyurethane Coating is an aerospace grade, multi-component chemically cured product that forms a film that is resistant to chemicals, solvents and abrasion. This coating has excellent adhesion to most substrates and is recommended for very high anti corrosive, chemical resistance (CARC) & weather resistance property.
MIL-PRF-22750 is high solids, high performance, two component epoxy topcoat for spray & brush application. It is suitable for use on various metal and composite surfaces for application on aircraft and ground equipment and meets the requirements of MIL-PRF-22750G Type 2, Class H Grade A.
MIL-T-81772 B Type-1 PU thinner is used for dilution of polyurethane paints to reduce spray viscosity. These thinners are intended to be used with MIL-PRF-85285 PU Top Coats & AS 51 PU Primer’s.
MIL-T-81772 B Type-2 Epoxy thinner is used for dilution of epoxy paints & primers to reduce spray viscosity. These thinners are intended to be used with MIL-PRF-22750 Epoxy Top Coat, MIL-DTL-53022 Epoxy Primer’s , MIL-PRF-23377 Primer’s.
Painting creates a protective, decorative & long lasting finish on your equipment's. But along with the task of painting come little problems that can sometimes take the fun out of an otherwise pleasant experience. When you take on a painting project, there are several things to need to keep in mind, here’s an overview of what you should ask yourself while going for Paint Application & chasing Right Paint Applicator or painting support for the services.
We at Automotive Solutions are experienced to provide you with application & support for your sensitive equipment's painting as per MIL Specification Paints. Our Trained team makes sure that your job is completed on time and all parameters of painting application are followed
In Modern times Painting is done in high class chamber known as Paint Booth or Spray Booth. The whole idea of doing painting in Paint booth is to have dust free flawless finish & to accelerate the curing of paint at certain temperature. Filters play a very important role in a paint booth to provide dust free air. First and foremost a filter must simply be able to do two (2) things in order to be effective. One is to be able to capture and the second is to be able to hold the over spray. If the filter now being used cannot do these two simple tasks then they are allowing the over spray to pass on into the exhaust chamber, fan, stack and into the outside air. This is the leading reason that your neighbours know when you are painting. This is also how cars in the parking lot get "painted".
Cheap and junk filters that don't work can end up costing you a lot of money. Good and effective filters that don't fit well into their frames or track allow contaminated air to "by-pass" them through the spaces left by poor fit. Either way you are not capturing and holding the over spray as required This over spray that is allowed to pass on to the inside of the exhaust chamber, fan and stack will accumulate on these surfaces. Here is where fires start in spray booths and they have a habit of starting at night or on week ends when nobody is around. They are ignited by a phenomenon called composting
We offer paper paint strainers for filtering paints and clear coats to remove any kind of dirt, lumps & contamination in paint. These are made in India under strict quality control & under dry non humid conditions. These Paper Paint Strainers are used in Auto Repair Industry, Paint Booth, Equipment painting and Aerospace Finishes.
Paper paint strainers are made with nylon & polyester non-lint fabric and controlled paper thickness to hold paint for longer time.
SELECTION OF PAPER PAINT STRAINER WOULD DEPEND ON WATER BASED OR SOLVENT BASED PAINT.