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Surfaces subject to continuous abrasion require the use of very hard coatings
like 2 pack Epoxy Coatings or Polyurethane Coatings.
Exterior and interior:
Polyurethane system: 3 coats of Jensolin Polyurethane Enamel on a primer
depending on nature and type of surface. 1 coat Jensolin Polyurethane clear
lacquer as prime coat for cement plastered surfaces.
Epoxy System: 2 coats of Jensolin Epilux 4 Enamel on 1 coat of Epilux 610
Primer for steel surfaces. For concrete/ cement plaster and wooden surfaces
use 3 coats of Epilux 4 enamel with 1st coat thinned down.
Concrete/ plastered floor: Use 3 coats of Jensolin epoxy Flooring Compound
with first coat slightly thinned down. (Consult us for further information.)
A very light ductile silvery white metal. It is damaged easily by Hydrochloric acid
and Alkalis. Avoid contact with lime, cement or caustic soda which causes to
form a thin oxide film on the surface. Anodic oxidation is used to toughen the
surface for many uses. Aluminium has a smooth and rather greasy surface.
Apply 1 coat of Jensolin Wash Primer (Etch Primer) followed by a coat of
Jensolin Zinc Chromate Primer/ Zinc Phosphate Primer/ Red Oxide Primer.
Finish with 2-3 coats of Robbialac Super Gloss Synthetic Enamel.   
These are high pressure steam cured asbestos based insulation boards. The
component parts combine to form fairly firm substance having a property of high
temperature resistance.
Asbestos wall can be painted with Robbialac Plastic Emulsion Paint or Luxury
Silk, Robbialac or Jhilik Synthetic Enamel or Aluminium Paint having primed with
Plastron Sealer or Synthetic Undercoat White.
Synthetic Enamel Matt Finish can also be used as a top coat if matt finish is