Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 10:47 am Post subject: KBS Coatings uses Non-Porous Pigments for their Rust Prevent
Many people really love KBS' selection of colors for stopping rust but some people say that certain pigments make a coating porous. That is simply not true.
A truly basic understanding of paint chemistry might provide some insight. Paint is simply a combination of resins and pigments. Porosity or the lack thereof is determined strictly by the proper choice of resins. Pigments, which are fully encapsulated by these resins, simply provide color. In other words, pigments don't determine porosity and resins don't determine color. Some pigments are indeed porous; in fact black (carbon) is most porous of all. Yet when this extremely porous carbon pigment is encapsulated with the correct resins the result is a non-porous coating. This obviously holds true for less porous pigment as well.
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