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and begin mixing. 3. Add water to the silicate,stir and pour into the mixing tank. 4.

Add water to the titanium,stir and pour into the mixing tank. 5.Add water to the calcium,stir and pour into the mixing tank. 6.Add the genepor, formalin, ammonia solution and diluted PVA and defoamer. 7.Pour the nitrosol into the remaining water, stir vigorously and pour it into the mixing tank. 8.Allow the mixture to get well blended and the paint is ready Different colours are however formed by different choices of colour paste.

ANOTHER METHOD AND INGREDIENTS USED IN EMULSION PAINT PRODUCTION. Ingredients to make about 250litres of emulsion 1) 50kg bleached,purified beeswax, 2.) 250litres of distilled water (note: using less water makes for a thicker medium, but it can be more difficult to make) 3.) 25kg of ammonium carbonate NH4CO3 Procedure 1.Melt the wax in the water and then slowly add the NH4CO3 otherwise the mixture will froth completely out of any size container you have. The NH4CO3 needs to be dissolved as well as possible in water. This is by no means easy because it is really only partially soluble so it will never dissolve completely. I would also suggest keeping some of the distilled water aside for this operation instead of adding additional water to the brew, otherwise the final emulsion will be too runny. 2.Keep whisking the solution as you add the NH4CO3, and after it has all been added continue whisking the milky simmering solution until the tiniest droplets of wax (less than a millimetre in size appear. Immediately remove the basin from the heat and cool it in water, all the while whisking for all your worth until the mixture is cooled below a temperature at which wax can melt. You should then have a soft, mayonnaise like medium that smells a bit of ammonia. It's ready to use. It is possible to fiddle with this mixture if it's not quite right. You can add more NH4CO3 to a re heated pot of the medium if you want to try again, or even more wax and NH4CO3 if you want to thicken it. Remember to keep the relative ratio of wax to NH4CO3 the same though. It isn't really possible to add too much NH4CO3 because it is boiled off in any case. Also take a small amount on a palette knife and smear it flat against a smooth surface like glass. If it drags then the medium has tiny droplets of wax in it that are coming out of the emulsion, and it will not be very usable, it must feel smooth as it is smeared until it begins to dry. You need to add more NH4CO3 to re-emulsify the mixture. Not a lot hopefully. Unfortunately this process needs quite a bit of trial and error, and I suggest that you not try and make large batches to begin with. The ammonia will present a problem for some people. Unless you can have someone else do this, then take simple and effective precautions by (During the last phase of the preparation it is possible to test the quality of the medium. One way is to simple cool a small amount and then smear it between two fingers. It should have a silky smooth feeling until it begins to dry). preparing the emulsion out of doors and with a small fan constantly blowing the vapour away from you. The final emulsion does (and indeed should) have a slight presence of ammonia in it.