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Automotive paint used on Automobiles for both protection and decoration purposes. Water-based acrylic polyurethane enamel Paints is currently the most widely used paint for reasons including reducing paint’s Environmental  Impact.Sahib Garage:Car Denting & Painting In Bhopal.

Car Painting in BhopalModern automobile paint is applied in several layers, with a total thickness of around 100 µm(0.1mm). Paint application requires preparation and primer steps to ensure proper application. A base-coat is applied after the primer paint is applied. Following this, a clear-coat of paint may be applied that forms a glossy and transparent coating. The clear-coat layer must be able to withstand UV Light.

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High-pressure water spray jets are directed to the body. Without proper Pre-treatment, premature failure of the finish system can almost be guaranteed. A phosphate coat is necessary to protect the body against corrosion effects and prepares the surface for the E-Coat.

The body is dipped into the Electro-Coat Paint Operation (ELPO/E-Coat), then a high voltage is applied. The body works as a cathode and the paint as an anode sticking on the body surface. It is an Eco-friendly painting process. In E-Coat, also called {C.E.D} paint, utilization is approximately 99.9% and provides superior salt spray resistance compared to other painting processes.

Solid paints have no sparkle effects except the color. This is the easiest type of paint to apply, and the most common type of paint for heavy transportation vehicles, construction equipment and aircraft. It is also widely used on cars, trucks, and motorcycles. Clear coat was not used on solid colors until the early 1990 s.
Metallic paints contain aluminium flakes to create a sparkling and grainy effect, generally referred to as a metallic look. This paint is harder to manage than solid paints because of the extra dimensions to consider. Metallic and pearlescent paints must be applied evenly to ensure a consistent looking finish without light and dark spots which are often called “mottling”.

Metallic base-coats are formulated so that the aluminium flake is parallel to the substrate. This maximizes the “flop”. This is the difference in the brightness between looking perpendicularly at the paint and that at an acute angle. The “flop” is maximized if the base-coat increases in viscosity shortly after application so that the aluminium flake which is in a random orientation after spraying is locked into this position while there is still much solvent (or water) in the coating. Subsequent evaporation of the solvent (or water), leads to a reduction in the film thickness of the drying coating, causing the aluminium flake to be dragged into an orientation parallel to the substrate. This orientation then needs to be unaffected by the application of the clear coat solvents.

The formulation of the clear coat needs to be carefully chosen so that it will not “re-dissolve” the base-coat and thus affect the orientation of the metallic flake but will still exhibit enough adhesion between the coatings so as to avoid de-lamination of the clear coat. A similar mode of action occurs with pearlescent pigmented base-coats.

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