Formulation Guide

In this page, I have attempted to give a few guidelines for formulating various paints, thinners and pretreatment chemicals. For further details please contact my email with your complete details of requirements.


1. Polyurethane clear with hardner

2. Etch primer

3. Zinc phosphate pretreatment chemicals

4. Alkyd paints

5. Stoving paints

6. Nano-composite PU clear

7. Nano-etch primer

8. Nano pretreatment chemicals

9. General formula guidelines


26 Responses to Formulation Guide

  1. nandakumar says:

    If u r ramanathan ex Addison contact me immediately @ 09025042391 nandakumar

  2. SAMUEL says:

    paints formulation and guide

  3. Md. Aminul Islam says:

    I want to make stoving thinner. Please help how can I make stoving thinner

  4. Vivek Jain says:

    I want to make stoving paint for bangles manufacturers.
    Please guide

  5. Pushkar says:

    want to develop quick dry paint for automotive refinish.
    Please guide…

  6. Mukund Ghia says:

    I want formulation for Aliphatic PU thinner for small quantities

  7. praise ade says:

    i want to go into production of thiner and wood lacquer….mr Eramanath can help me with a good fomulations for these.

  8. praise ade says:

    i want formulations for thinner and wood lacquer.

  9. Ankir Shah says:

    Hi, I need some more information regarding Nano-composite PU Clear, we are trying to formulate it for Auto refinish application. How do I discuss with you.

  10. Habib says:

    How can i increase the drying time of white spirit?

  11. pawan kedia says:

    Formula of all type paint thinner Required.

  12. Need formulation of latex paint.need help.

  13. Navrang paint industries says:

    Sir how to make polyurethane clear with harder please reply

  14. preethi says:

    calculation of a PVC of paint with few examples

  15. jimmy says:

    i want formulation for low cost alkyd paint..pls tq

  16. How To pu paint formulation of high flash point, & which Solvent suitable for pu paint , two pack systems for high flash point ie more than 30 degrees c

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