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Transcript of PAINT
The changes that could be made is instead of putting in harmful chemicals to paint and make it harmful for the people and the environment you could take out VOCs and put in more environmental friendly stuff. And make sure that there isn`t that much organic solvents to harm innocenet peple and cause diseases.
What paint is used for
To most people, paint is the colour on the walls of their home, the colour of their car or boat.
Paint typically consists of pigment, resin, solvent and additives
How it is manufactured
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We apply paint for:
Description of paint
Paint is generally manufactured in batches of 200 litres for special products and colours to 10,000 litres for mainline white products.
The manufacturing process involves five steps.
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What are the reasons why they put in these ingredients
Pigment - to provide colour, hiding and control gloss.
Resin – the binder to hold the pigment particles together and provide adhesion to the surface painted.
Solvent – to act as a carrier for the pigments and resin the solvent may be organic such as Mineral Turps or water.
Additives – to enhance certain properties such as ease of brushing, mould resistance, scuff resistance, drying and sag resistance.
How paint is disposed of
If you don't have use for the paint and can't find a paint recycling program, dispose of the paint by placing it in a plastic container filled with kitty litter or paper scraps letting it dry, and throwing it away with the trash. Latex paint is not considered toxic waste, so it doesn't have to be taken to a toxic waste site.
Never pour paint into a drain. It can damage your pipes and it isn't good for the water ways.
Don't pour paint into the ground. This is hazardous to the soil.
If you need to get rid of a lot of latex paint you may want to consider purchasing waste paint hardener. A cup or so of this powder mixed in with a gallon of paint will cause it to harden up within hours.
If you have an inch or more of dried paint left in the bottom of the can, you'll have to throw the whole can in the trash.
It’s readily available in any color imaginable.
It’s relatively inexpensive, especially for small projects. You can get a $5.00 test quartine of quality latex and use it on several pieces of furniture.
It looks awesome when sprayed
It’s durable once it’s cured about 30 days.
some paints don't have hazordas chemiclas.
You have to prep, sand and prime a piece before using latex.
It doesn’t distress very well, but sort of rolls/peals off.
It can be unforgiving with brush strokes and roller marks. A high quality latex, good brush and skilled application can offset that, but it’s definitely not a paint you can be sloppy with.
It has harmful chemicals that could harm the environment.
Positives and Negatives of PAINT
Why paint is dangerous
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in paint are considered harmful to the environment and especially for people who work with them on a regular basis. Exposure to VOCs has been related to organic solvent syndrome, although this relation has been somewhat controversial. The controversial solvent 2-butoxyethanol is also used in paint production. In the US, environmental regulations, consumer demand, and advances in technology led to the development of low-VOC and zero-VOC paints and finishes. If you didn`t know Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are organic chemicals that have a high vapor pressure at ordinary, room-temperature conditions.
What is organic solvent syndrome
Organic solvent syndrome is when there is too much exporesure to it and it causes a neurogenetive disease. Also 2-Butoxyethanol is an organic compound with the formula BuOC₂H₄OH. This colorless liquid has a sweet, ether-like odor, as it derives from the family of glycol ethers and is a butyl ether of ethylene glycol.
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