Industrial Enamels are for industrial use and may be used on properly prepared and properly primed interior or exterior surfaces of wood, metal, masonry, plaster, and composition board. Recommended for use on floors and machinery.
People also ask, what is industrial enamel paint?
Industrial enamel is a medium oil/alkyd all-purpose enamel. Designed for industrial enamelinterior and exterior use. For use on properly prepared. Steel, Concrete, Wood, Plaster, Previously.
what is the difference between paint and industrial enamel? The difference between paint and industrial enamel is same as that between a car and a Ford as industrial enamel is a type of paint. Paint is mostly acrylic, water based or oil based. It is the oil based paints that have traditionally been referred to as industrial enamel though today one can get water based or even latex based industrial enamels in the market.
Subsequently, question is, what is enamel paint used for?
Industrial enamel paint is paint that air-dries to a hard, usually glossy, finish, used for coating surfaces that are outdoors or otherwise subject to hard wear or variations in temperature; it should not be confused with decorated objects in “painted enamel”, where vitreous enamel is applied with brushes and fired in a kiln.
Can we use industrial enamel paint on wall?
Industrial enamel (oil base) won’t adhere to latex and latex won’t adhere to industrial enamel. You’ll have to get a primer paint that will adhere to both paints. Prime coat the existing paint and then put on the finish paint. There’s no reason though to use industrial enamel for a wall paint.
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