Automotive coatings are paints or other protective finishes that are applied to the exterior of vehicles to protect them from the elements, corrosion, and other damage. They are a vital part of keeping vehicles in good working condition and extending their lifespan.
Automotive coatings are made from a variety of materials, including acrylics, epoxies, urethanes, and vinyls. The type of coating used depends on the specific application and the desired properties.
For example, acrylic coatings are often used for clear coats because they are durable and weather-resistant. Epoxy coatings are often used for primer coats because they are good at bonding to metal surfaces. Urethane coatings are often used for base coats because they are available in a wide variety of colors. Vinyl coatings are often used for bumpers and other parts of the vehicle that are subject to a lot of wear and tear.
Automotive coatings are applied using a variety of methods, including spray painting, roller painting, and brushing. The method used depends on the size of the area to be coated and the desired finish.
VISTA SHIMI KIMIA team has developed a group of acrylic resin for Industrial Coatings, sold under the ACSHIMER® KAT tradename.