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Effects of Water-Repellent on the Color of Water Paint
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 Title & Authors
Effects of Water-Repellent on the Color of Water Paint
Nam, Gee-Yung; Kim, Ji-Hyun; Lee, Jae-Yong;
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 Abstract
Generally surface finishing of building is done with water paint that performs basic water repellency and resisting. When painting the exterior of the building with water paint, application method is easy and inexpensive and it has the advantage of building maintenance. But surface finishing of water paint is easy to discolored or aging due to ultraviolet light so the effect is not satisfying than expected. Therefore this study is to analyze durability of water-repellent paints mixed with water-repellents as outer surface finishing materials, and evaluate its feasibility. Color change and color different due to the accelerated time were tested, and the feasibility was evaluated based on the test results. The experimental results of color different, brightness different and chromaticity suggested that water-repellent paints mixed with water-repellents were suitable for finishing materials. Considering overall general durability performances, stable mixing ratios were 2, 5, and 8%.
 Keywords
water paint;water-repellent;color change;color difference;brightness;chromaticity;
 Language
Korean
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