Direct to Metal Industrial Enamel

High Gloss Enamel Surface Coating

Nutech Industrial Enamel is a modified single pack urethane enamel made in a high gloss finish. It can be applied to a variety of surfaces including Concrete, Timber and Metal Surfaces that have been primed with a suitable Metal Primer. Industrial Enamel is for general purpose use.


Industrial Enamel has excellent durability for a single pack coating. It has very good corrosive and abrasive properties. It is hard-wearing when cured and has excellent Gloss and Colour retention.

Drying and Recoating

Industrial Enamel will be touch dry after 25mins (at 25°C) and can be recoated within 4 hours or after 24 hours.

A hard cure will be achieved after 7 days.

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Simple and Efficient Rout for Synthesis of Ceramic Pigment

Ceramic pigments are the general name of the pigments used on ceramics, including glaze stain, underglaze stain and body stain. In the process of production, these pigments need to be calcined at different temperatures. The requirements for temperature are different according to different use of pigments.

In previous reports, pure and crystalline Mg1-xCoxAl2O4 powders were obtained only after annealing the as-prepared amorphous powders at high temperatures.

Few reports on this topic show that the preparation of same ceramic pigments involves annealing at 1400°C for 3h. Even applying new methods such as sonochemical synthesis requires heating treatment at 1000°C at least for 2 hours for the formation of pure cobalt aluminate spinel phase.

Generally, increasing temperature treatment increases the crystallite sizes of powders. So preparation of single phase spinel nanoparticles at lower temperatures is the advantage of our liquid combustion method and makes it technically simple and cost effective.

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Cloverdale Paints Industrial Enamel

Industrial enamel is the most commonly used material to protect steel. Industrial enamel systems for steel structures have developed over the years to comply with industrial environmental legislation and in response to demands from bridge and building owners for improved durability performance.

Previous five and six coat systems have been replaced by typically three coat alternatives, and the latest formulations have focussed on application in even fewer numbers of coats, but with increasing individual film thickness. Examples of this are epoxy and polyester glass flake coatings that are designed for high build thickness in one or two coat applications, and single coat high build elastomeric urethane coatings, up to 1000μm thick.

Modern specifications usually comprise a sequential coating application of Industrial enamel or alternatively paints applied over metal coatings to form a ‘duplex’ coating system. The protective Industrial enamel systems usually consist of primer, undercoat(s) and finish coats. Each coating ‘layer’ in any protective system has a specific function, and the different types are applied in a particular sequence of primer followed by intermediate / build coats in the shop, and finally the finish or top coat either in the shop or on site.

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