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Martin Senour Launches New Industrial Maintenance Coatings DTM Acrylic Enamel

The new coatings product is a high-gloss, 100-percent acrylic, waterborne, corrosion-resistant coating for light to moderate industrial use.

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The Martin Senour Company has introduced its new Industrial Maintenance Coatings DTM Acrylic Enamel. It is a high-gloss, 100-percent acrylic, waterborne, corrosion-resistant coating for light to moderate industrial use. Designed for new construction, equipment or a variety of maintenance uses, Industrial Maintenance Coatings DTM Acrylic Enamel can be used directly over a variety of properly prepared substrates while offering a protective coating.

The new coatings product (series IM110) provides a number of features: it’s a low-VOC coating; offers chemical and corrosion resistance; provides adhesion and moisture resistance; and is fast-drying with low odor characteristics.

Suitable substrates for Industrial Maintenance Coatings DTM Acrylic Enamel include steel, iron, aluminum, galvanized steel, concrete, masonry, wood, zinc rich primers, cement board and fiber board. It’s recommended for use on a number of applications including ornamental iron, tanks and cylinders, steel fabricated parts, industrial, construction and farm equipment, metal buildings, piping, hand rails and select marine structures.

Available in 13 popular factory packaged colors (standard, safety and basic equipment), the coatings dry to the touch in 15 to 30 minutes and are easy to apply with either brush or spray application.

For more information regarding Martin Senour or its paint products, visit www.martinsenour-autopaint.com or call (800) 526-6704.

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