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Policies continue to compress paint living space, water paint is poised to rise

policies continue to compress paint living space, water paint is poised to rise

December 4, 2017

[China paint information]

on November 21, China's first "guidelines for the evaluation of atmospheric VOCs monitoring system to 2017" was released in Beijing, aiming to improve China's VOCs monitoring and management level and strengthen the collection of VOCs emission charges. This means that relying on high VOCs emissions, the living space of heavily polluting enterprises at the expense of the environment is compressed again

in the context of supply side reform, the government has repeatedly played the "environmental protection card", and the chain reaction brought about by this is very prominent in paint enterprises. As a traditional industry with high pollution and energy consumption, paint enterprises have shown a declining trend under the double oppression of policy and market

it is understood that the diluent of traditional oily coatings is an organic solvent, which will release a large amount of VOCs during the coating process. On the one hand, it is the core factor causing haze. On the other hand, its own formaldehyde, benzene, heavy metals and other substances will cause direct injury to painters and product users. Therefore, plastic granulation is an industry hazard that will never be eliminated. Therefore, reducing the market share of paint has always been the general direction of the paint industry

water based coatings and powder coatings are paint substitutes strongly advocated by the state in recent years. In particular, water-based coatings, which use water as a solvent, can greatly reduce VOCs emissions while maintaining product quality. In order to promote the "oil to water", China has also continuously introduced relevant policies

in 2015, China's "strictest" environmental protection law was officially implemented, imposing a 4% paint consumption tax on paint enterprises. Among them, enterprises that use paint with VOCs content ≤ 420 g/L under construction are exempted from consumption tax, which aims to encourage enterprises to choose environmental protection products for environmental protection production. Paint products have suffered shock, and water-based coatings have gradually become the new favorite of the industry

it is suggested that everyone should pay more attention to details and product quality

subsequently, relevant standards in various regions and industries in China have been issued continuously, and the production and use behavior of high pollution, high energy consumption and high emission has been further restricted. Among them, for example, GB18581 limits of harmful substances in solvent based wood coatings for interior decoration materials, gb18582 limits of harmful substances in interior wall coatings for interior decoration materials, gb24408 limits of harmful substances in exterior wall coatings for buildings, gb24409 limits of harmful substances in automotive coatings, GB30 how to detect the thermal properties of films has become an international difficulty 981 limits of harmful substances in anticorrosive coatings for building steel structures, Have standardized relevant industries

facing the strong pressure of policies, the choice of the market is also quietly changing. According to the latest "2017 China water paint consumption trend survey report", nearly 60% of consumers tend to choose water paint products in home decoration, and their consumption intention accounts for more than the sum of wallpaper, paint and other categories for the first time. This year's "double 11", Chenyang water paint, a leading enterprise in China's water paint production, ranks first in the paint category with a total sales volume of more than 26.5 million yuan

nowadays, with the continuous honing of the market, the technical level of water-based coatings has the ability to replace traditional coatings on a large scale. Not only petrochemical, automobile, railway, ship, container and other fields have set off a "oil to water" tide, but also in furniture, decoration and other fields closely related to people's lives, the rising trend of water-based coatings is also gratifying

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