Whats the difference between single pack spray paints and two-pack (2K) spray paint? Most people will just say that for 2K spray paint you need to mix a hardener with the paint for it to cure, that is correct, however there is also quite a few other differences that you will need to bear in mind when deciding which paint to go for. Watch the video below to find out more.
These react with the oxygen in the air to form a durable enamel film, without having to add a hardener. They're cheaper than other coatings, safe, convenient and easy to use. You can also apply them over any primer or in general over other coatings without too much preparation.
If you're looking for a safe, cost-effective and high-performance alkyd coating, try our popular Ultrimax 1. Ultrimax 1 is an all-in-one primer and topcoat that's suitable for any industry. It has anti-corrosive properties, doesn't sag and delivers a glossy finish in one coat. With a dry film of 120 microns, it delivers a high level of protection.
These products contain two parts that you mix before application. The chemical reaction between the components creates a hard finish that's resistant to abrasion, alkali, acids, and water.
It's a primer and topcoat in one, with anti-corrosive properties that make it suitable for a C5M environment. Ultrithane 31 will adhere to most surfaces, including galvanized, aluminium, steel, stainless steel, plastic and timber. You can even use it on top of a primer for extra protection. It's easy to apply and comes in matt, semi-gloss and 90% high gloss finishes. Use an airless or air-assisted gun for best results.
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