When choosing anti-rust paint, the following factors and criteria should be considered when distinguishing between anti-corrosion, aesthetics and visual functions:
- Anticorrosion requirement: Selection of anti-corrosion paints that can effectively protect metal surfaces from rust and corrosion.
- Aesthetic requirement: Consideration of color and glossiness of the coating to meet aesthetic requirements. Some anti-corrosion paints may have special appearance effects, such as metal texture and glossiness, which can be selected based on design requirements.
- Visual identification requirement: Selection of anti-corrosion paints that have high visibility and are easy to identify in various environments. Consideration of reflective or fluorescent special effects to improve visibility in specific environments.
- Weather resistance and durability: Selection of anti-corrosion paints with excellent weather resistance and durability to protect metal surfaces for a long time in various environmental conditions. Consideration of the coating’s abrasion resistance, impact resistance, and chemical resistance.
- Environmental and health standards: Selection of anti-corrosion paints that meet environmental and health standards to reduce negative impacts on the environment and operators. Consideration of low VOC or zero VOC paints to reduce harm to the environment and operators.
- Workability and maintainability: Selection of anti-corrosion paints that are easy to apply, dry quickly, and require minimal maintenance. Consideration of the coating’s repairability and re-paintability for easy maintenance or repainting when damaged or needed.
In summary, when selecting anti-corrosion paints, it is necessary to comprehensively consider factors such as anticorrosion, aesthetics, visual identification, weather resistance and durability, environmental and health standards, workability, and maintainability to select suitable paints for specific requirements.