Production Of Emulsion Point With The Available Material

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This project is on the production of paint from the available materials.  The first process involved was the sourcing of the available material which include calcium carbonate (dotonute) water etc.  the next step is the proper production procedure.  The  same product patterns was employed while the production was valued with a view to obtain a high quality paint.

From the result obtained, it was observed that high quality paint was produced in production category C(3), consisting of 10kg water, 0.1kg titanium  dioxide (TiO2), 0.3kg teranol, 0-3 ethylene glycol 0.3kg welting agent, 0.1kg defrayer, 0.2kg thickness 10kg CaCO3, 4kg PVA, 2kg NH3 and 0.5kg white spirit.

The above fact was ascertained by subjecting the various paint produced from different production procedure to quality control test.  The quality of this paint in production category C(3) was, opacity 2 coat, PH 8, drying time 1 hour, chalking 190 cycle scrubs, PVA 20%, viscosity 3.8 poises and binder gravity 1.17 and its quality marched with the Standard Organization of Nigeria (SON) approved quality.

Title page
Letter of transmittal
Approval page
Table of content

Chapter one

Chapter two
Historical review of paint product
Types of paints
Raw materials for paint production
Quality control test

Chapter three
Production formulation of paint
Method of production
Standard quality of paint

Chapter four
Observation discussions

Chapter five

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