The common curing problems of epoxy floor paint are uneven curing, poor curing, surface sticking, surface whitening and non-curing. The following epoxy floor paint manufacturers will give you an analysis of the reasons for the common curing problems of epoxy floor paint.
1. Non-uniform curing
The film of epoxy floor paint is soft and hard. This is mainly due to the poor mixing and uneven mixing of the main paint and curing agent in the mixing container. Floor paint manufacturers recommend that we use mixer to mix and reuse the ingredients.
2. Poor curing
The whole film is in poor solidification state, and there are indentations in the movement of heavy objects or personnel. This phenomenon is mainly due to the construction environment temperature is too low, the reaction is not complete, or the proportion of curing agent does not match. Guanglei floor paint manufacturer reminds you that the best construction temperature of floor paint is 5-35 C. When mixing, electronic scales are used to mix materials strictly according to the proportion.
3. Surface stickiness
The surface of epoxy floor paint sticks when it is first set. The main reason is the inadequate stirring of the whole coating, which causes the unreacted components to be separated from the surface.
4. Surface whitening
There seems to be a cloud on the surface of epoxy floor paint. This is mainly due to the heavy humidity of the construction environment, the easy frosting on the coating, or the moisture content of the curing agent, which makes the amine precipitation in the curing agent produce white fog on the surface.
Epoxy floor paint does not solidify after construction. The main reason is that the dosage of curing agent is inaccurate or wrong; the ambient temperature is too low (below 5 C).