What are the different types of Paints that you can apply to your building?



The different types of Paints that you can apply to your building are:

Type of Paints -

(i) Alkalyde oil based:

These are a mixture of pigments oil & drying Pigments-white, coloured. Drying oil-Linseed oil, fung oil, penills oil, alkali oil, dehydrated castor oil, soyabin oil, Rosil oil, fish oil. In Place of drying oil now synthetic alkeyed resin is used. To thin a solvent is added.

Polyurethane paints are available with better life; these should not be used on new plaster.

(ii) Emulsion paints:

An emulsion of a polymer, polyvinyl acetate, alkeyed and styrene butadiene, water is used as thinner. Paints permeable. It can be used with new plastering. It is durable paint, washes well. It can be used for interior and exterior building surface including kitchens and bath rooms.

(iii) Aluminum paints.

(iv) Anticorrosive paints.

(v) Asbestos paints.

(vi) Bituminous/Coal tar paint-consists of a sheet of coal tar to which spirit thinner is mixed.

(vii) Brown paint.

(Viii) Heat resistant paints.

They contain base of metallic powders like Aluminum, Zinc, tin, graphite, titanic, Chromia, etc.

(ix) Cellulose paints.

It is made from celluloid sheets and amyacetable substitutes.

For making a superior type nithocollon is used.

Drying is brought to about entirely by the evaporation of the solvent base. It dries very quickly.

Hard wearing finishes which are usually sprayed is flexible-smooth.

It is unsuitable to apply to any surface on soft woods. Which are liable to expand/contract? It can be cleared easily and remained unaffected by hot water, smoky or acidic atmosphere and stands well the wear and tear and ravages of rough water.

(x) Casein Paints

(xi) Cement based paints

The ingredients are white cement, hydrated lime, pigment, very fine sand, water repellent compound.

(xii) Enamel paints

Enamel is a pigmented Varnish. They give lustrous on drying

(xiii) Oil paints.

(xiv) Rubber based paints.

(xv) Colloidal paints.

(xvi) Graphite paints.

(xvii) In borderers paints.

(xviii) Luminescent Paints - Luminescent paints contain luminous poor pigments i.e. which fluorescence under the influence of ultraviolet light.

(xix) Plastic paints

(xx) Silicon paints

(xxi) Metallic zinc vice priming paint

Primer is to give catholic protection to mild steel surfaces. Cleaning before painting and after painting:-

(i) Dust should be removed with a duster, light impregnated soap suction cleaner.

(ii) Wash using a net cloth or sponge, water and detergent and rinse with clear water.