Colt Epoxy Floors Phone: 317-773-1133 Click here to request a quote Epoxy Warehouse Floor Coating
Colt Epoxy Floors 14673 White Tail Run Noblesville, Indiana 46060 Phone: 317-809-4425 sales@coltepoxyfloors.com
Colt Epoxy Floors
FAQ’s Epoxy Floors
© Copyright Colt Industrial Sales L.L.C. 14673 White Tail Run, Noblesville, Indiana 46060 Phone: 317-809-4425
Colt Epoxy Floors Phone: 317-773-1133 Click here to request a quote
Paints and Coating Two part epoxy coatings were developed for heavy duty service on metal substrates and use less energy than heat-cured powder coatings. These systems use a 4:1 by volume mixing ratio, and dry quickly providing a tough, protective coating with excellent hardness. Their low volatility and water clean up makes them useful for factory cast iron, cast steel, cast aluminum applications and reduces exposure and flammability issues associated with solvent-borne coatings. They are usually used in industrial and automotive applications since they are more heat resistant than latex-based and alkyd- based paints. Epoxy paints tend to deteriorate, known as chalk out, due to UV exposure. Polyester epoxies are used as powder coatings for washers, driers and other "white goods". Fusion Bonded Epoxy Powder Coatings (FBE) are extensively used for corrosion protection of steel pipes and fittings used in the oil and gas industry, potable water transmission pipelines (steel), concrete reinforcing rebar, et cetera. Epoxy coatings are also widely used as primers to improve the adhesion of automotive and marine paints especially on metal surfaces where corrosion (rusting) resistance is important. Metal cans and containers are often coated with epoxy to prevent rusting, especially for foods like tomatoes that are acidic. Epoxy resins are also used for high performance and decorative flooring applications especially terrazzo flooring, chip flooring[4] and colored aggregate flooring.
Colt Epoxy Floors 14673 White Tail Run Noblesville, Indiana 46060 Phone: 317-809-4425 sales@coltepoxyfloors.com
© Copyright Colt Industrial Sales L.L.C.  
Colt Epoxy Floors
FAQ’s Epoxy Floors
Paints and Coating Two part epoxy coatings were developed for heavy duty service on metal substrates and use less energy than heat-cured powder coatings. These systems use a 4:1 by volume mixing ratio, and dry quickly providing a tough, protective coating with excellent hardness. Their low volatility and water clean up makes them useful for factory cast iron, cast steel, cast aluminum applications and reduces exposure and flammability issues associated with solvent-borne coatings. They are usually used in industrial and automotive applications since they are more heat resistant than latex-based and alkyd- based paints. Epoxy paints tend to deteriorate, known as chalk out, due to UV exposure. Polyester epoxies are used as powder coatings for washers, driers and other "white goods". Fusion Bonded Epoxy Powder Coatings (FBE) are extensively used for corrosion protection of steel pipes and fittings used in the oil and gas industry, potable water transmission pipelines (steel), concrete reinforcing rebar, et cetera. Epoxy coatings are also widely used as primers to improve the adhesion of automotive and marine paints especially on metal surfaces where corrosion (rusting) resistance is important. Metal cans and containers are often coated with epoxy to prevent rusting, especially for foods like tomatoes that are acidic. Epoxy resins are also used for high performance and decorative flooring applications especially terrazzo flooring, chip flooring[4] and colored aggregate flooring.