Looking for paint for military vehicles? Here at Indestructible Paint we are leading industrial paint manufacturers. Our military vehicle paint has been made to military coating standards. As a result, it can be used for all sorts of defence force equipment and vehicles. We want to be able to provide coatings for as many different applications as we can. Therefore, we work hard to research and develop new and innovate industrial coatings as regularly as we can.
We appreciate that each and every requirement can be different from the next. With this in mind, we design our solutions to cover as many different applications as possible. If you can’t find what you are looking for to begin with, we will be sure to show you some more of our ranges. We pride ourselves on the wide range of industrial coatings we have on offer. With this in mind, it is highly likely that you will find exactly what you need with us. If you are looking for paint for military vehicles you have certainly come to the right place.
Defence standard paints
We are specialist coating experts who have plenty of experience under our belts when it comes to industrial coatings. We have created products that are approved to defence standards. Years have been spent to perfect them. Some of the products can be found here. Additionally, we have now introduced a new range of military coating standard paint systems in direct response to the introduction of Def Stan 80-225. The standard was introduced at the end of 2018. It replaces a series of previous standards: Def Stan 80-206, Def Stan 80-207, Def Stan 80-208 and Def Stan 80-209. Crucially, the products in this new range are free from Chrome VI and meet low VOC requirements.
Def Stan 80-225
“This is a sector in which our laboratory has been developing chrome replacement options for a number of years so we were in a good position to respond quickly to the introduction of the new military standard,” says Brian Norton, Indestructible Paint’s Managing Director. Def Stan 80-225 compliance has been designed for use with military vehicles and non-aircraft equipment. We can supply it in a range of colours specified by the military.
A range of different options
The military standard coating paint has a choice of primer and top coat options. These options make the system suitable for both ferrous and non-ferrous substrates. We can supply the paint to provide either a near matt IRR or gloss non-IRR finish. You apply the paint with a spray system and the coating requires a simple drying stage.
“The defence sector is an excellent example of our long-standing focus on developing products that meet specific application needs,” continues Brian Norton. “Quite clearly, equipment in this context has to meet significant operational and environmental challenges so it is important that the full range of coatings we supply is consistent and robust, while also being quick and simple to apply.
“Our latest Def Stan 80-225 system fulfils these needs while also answering important concerns about chrome usage. The overall result is a highly practical solution for our customers in the military sector and an excellent demonstration of the knowledge and capability of our in-house research and development team,” he concludes.
Contact us today
We understand that many of our clients will require support when choosing their coating solution. Therefore, we are always on hand to offer you our own expert advice. We will use our experience to guide you towards to most appropriate solutions. You can then rest assured you will be investing in the right coating for the job. Our team are happy to provide as much assistance as you need to determine what will work best for your project. This is just part of our service and as a team we are proud to go the extra mile for each and every one of our customers.
If you would like to find out more about paint for military paint for vehicles then you can head to our website today. Alternatively, you can call to speak to a member of our helpful and friendly team.
If you have found this blog helpful, you may wish to read our previous blog on Fire Retardant Coatings.