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The Latest Trends Of The Best Auto Paint From Jinwei Refinish
- Apr 09, 2018 -

It is believed that there are two industry trends that will dramatically change the automotive refinish market in the coming years: self-driving cars and battery-powered cars.


With continued attention in the field of new energy vehicles, automotive refinish coatings will provide high-performance coatings to manufacturers such as Jinwei Chemicals to realize and enhance automation technologies.


Automotive refinish paint will be for more than appreance and corrosion resistance but will ensure that automated and non-automated vehicles interact in a safe and effective manner.


Light Absorption and Sensor Detection: Coatings are critical to a variety of sensors that will allow vehicles to communicate with each other and see and detect obstacles and road paths to each other. In one test, a black car reflected only 6% of the near-infrared signal of a white car, making it less "obvious" on the road. The coating should be designed to enhance dark vehicle detection so that light can penetrate through the reflective substrate. The signal "bounces" this layer and returns to the sensor instead of being absorbed. All of these paints can be used not only for cars but also for infrastructure, so that a three-dimensional structure like a bridge can be clearly identified and accurately measured by the sensors of the car.


Easy-to-clean composite coating: Easy-to-clean coating technology allows dirt and water to be quickly and easily removed from the sensor lens, eliminating obstacles that may be caused by snow, ice or mud. In addition, PPG also provides anti-fingerprint coatings for touchscreen technology to ensure a clean and enjoyable experience for users, whether by sharing or personal vehicles;


Radio Frequency: Another area where coatings will prove to be important in terms of mobility is minimizing RF leakage. Electromagnetic signals can drift and infiltrate each other, creating crosstalk that can degrade device functionality.


One example is energy management. Functional coatings with passive temperature management technology (called "cool") that increase energy efficiency, based on a primer system that can pass through high-energy near infrared radiation (NIR) and near-infrared reflectance. In this combination, the paint reduces the temperature of the vehicle's surface during the hot summer months by 20°C, thereby reducing the internal heating. As a result, the need to operate the air conditioner to minimize the heat in the vehicle is reduced. This not only enhances comfort but also reduces fuel consumption or expands the range of electric vehicles.


The demand for sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions is increasing dramatically.



It is believed that there are two industry trends that will dramatically shift the automotive refinish market over the next few years: autonomous vehicles and battery powered vehicles.


With continued focus in new energy car area, automotive refinish will look to manufacturers like Jinwei chemical to deliver high-performing paint that enable and enhance autonomous technologies


The paint for car refinish will go beyond beauty and corrosion resistance, but instead will ensure that autonomous vehicles and non-autonomous vehicles interact with one another in a safe and effective way.


Light absorption and sensor detection: Coatings will be crucial to the variety of sensors that will allow vehicles to communicate with each other, to see each other, and to detect obstacles and the path of roadways. In a test, a black car reflected back just six percent of the near infrared signal that a white car did, making it dramatically less “visible” on the road. Coatings should be designed to enhanced dark color vehicle detection that allow the light to penetrate down toward a reflective under-layer. The signal “bounces off” this layer and returns to the sensor instead of being absorbed.  All these paints could be utilized not only for cars, but also for infrastructure, so that standing structures like bridges can be clearly identified and precisely measured by a car’s sensors.


Easy-clean composite coatings: an easy-to-clean coating technology that allows dirt and water to quickly and easily wash away from sensor lenses, eliminating obstructions that could be caused by snow, ice or mud. In addition, PPG offers anti-fingerprint coatings that are utilized on touch screen technology, to ensure a cleanly and pleasant experience for users, whether through ride sharing or their personal vehicle;


Radio frequency: Another area where coatings will prove important in mobility is in minimizing radio frequency leakage. Electromagnetic signals can drift and bleed into one another, creating cross talk that can degrade equipment functionality. 


One example of this is energy management. A functional coating with a passive temperature management technology which boosts energy efficiency (known as ‘cool colors’),The specific paint system is based on a basecoat that is permeable for high-energy near-infrared radiation (NIR) and a primer that is NIR-reflecting. In this combination, the paint reduces the temperature on hot summer days on the vehicle surface by up to 20°C which results in less heating of the interior. The need to run the air conditioner to minimize the heat in the car is thus reduced. This both enhances comfort and at the same time, reduces fuel consumption or extends the range of electric vehicles.


A demand for sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions is significantly increasing.