There is one trademarked paint that has been approved for application to the largest airborne crafts known to mankind. If the formidable materials that go into specified nylon coating for metal is more than ideal for Airbus and Boeing, it will be perfect for your application requirements. Let’s briefly run through the application processes required. Nylon paint is required for metal surfaces to provide protection from corrosion.
Liquid formulas are easily applied through painting (with a brush), spraying and a dipping process. It is primarily being applied for protection of aircraft fuels, its oil and lubricants, and from phosphate ester hydraulic fluids and salt spray and water. The nylon paint provides outstanding high impact, abrasion resistance, flexibility and toughness at temperatures ranging from minus 70 degrees Fahrenheit to over 300 degrees Fahrenheit.
When the nylon paint is not in use it carries a six month shelf life. Throughout the paint’s use, its container can be re-sealed after a painting task is completed, opened again for another task, and resealed once more, throughout this shelf life. The nylon paint will never go to waste, provided it is being used within the prescribed period. Before applications are made, all surfaces on which the applications are to be made need to be cleaned of all oils, grease and dust.
This is done specifically through the use of a specially formulated thinner, after which another formula is utilized for adhesion purposes. Before the paint is used, the container in which the paint is stored needs to be shaken quite vigorously. Usual paint work is done through the use of a brush. The resin is applied through a methodical brush, dip, fill and drain process. Otherwise, paint spraying techniques are quite effective.