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Water-dilutable lacquers

A distinction is made between:

(a) Lacquers dispersed in water for the electrophoretic dip primer. Advantages: evenness of coating, saving of solvents, fire resistance associated with elimination of solvent vapor (see electrophoresis).

(b) Air- and oven drying, water-dilutable lacquers manufactured from a specific combination of synthetic resin. Used as top coat, chassis lacquer or primer within the automobile- and commercial vehicle sector.