Electric Vehicle Paint

E-Mobility is one of the most important trends in the automotive industry. E-Mobility can be defined as ‘a vehicle that uses electricity as its main source for power, usually with significant regenerative braking to recharge the battery’.

Electric Vehicle Paints

Electric vehicles are taking over the automotive industry as a whole. The use of electric vehicles will reduce air pollution and also have an impact on reducing greenhouse gases emissions, which is a great gain for the environment.

According to the International Energy Agency, by 2050, there would be 75-115 million electric cars on the road worldwide. The increase in electric vehicle use will lead to a decline in production of all types of fuel automobiles and eventually make them obsolete.

As the demand for electric vehicles is increasing, it is also raising the need for new automotive paint scope. Electrical vehicles are becoming more popular due to its environmental benefits such as cutting down on emissions and preserving natural resources like oil.



Automotive Painting Process?


There are several different types of automotive paints, and the painting process can vary depending on the type of paint and the desired finish.

For example, basecoat/clearcoat paint is typically used for a high-gloss finish, while single-stage paint is more commonly used for a matte finish. The painting process begins with the preparation of the vehicle’s surface, which may involve sanding, priming, and/or applying a basecoat. Once the surface is prepared, the paint is applied in multiple coats until the desired finish is achieved. Finally, a clearcoat is applied to protect the paint and give it a glossy finish.

    Different Types of Automotive Paint

    Poly Urethanes (PU)

    PU is also known as Poly Urethane. We use polyurethanes in one form or another every day – at home, in our offices and cars, for sport and leisure activities and on holiday. Polyurethane is a plastic material, which exists in various forms.

    It can be tailored to be either rigid or flexible, and is the material of choice for a broad range of end-user applications such as:


    Epoxy, also known as Poly Epoxide, is a polymer that is used to create scratch-resistant protective coatings, fillers, and adhesive products for a variety of applications.

    Epoxy resin is viscous when in liquid form, cures quickly, and adheres to a wide range of substrate materials, including wood, metal, glass, concrete, and stone. At its most basic, epoxy is composed of a liquid epoxy resin and a chemical hardener that cures the resin into hardened plastic.

    Once hardened, epoxy is extremely strong, dimensionally stable, and chemical-resistant. 

    Thermal Sprayed Aluminium (TSA)

    TSA is also known as THERMAL SPRAYED ALUMINIUM. TSA is essentially a process of applying metallic coatings to a substrate. These metallic coatings serve two primary purposes: to serve as a sacrificial anode and to serve as a corrosion barrier coating.

    TSA can be utilised as a standalone application, or as a key component of programs such as CUI (Corrosion Under Insulation) or coatings program efforts


    Acrylic paints are easy to work with and provide vibrant colors that you can manipulate to form different textures and consistencies.

    Acrylic paints are water-based and consist of pigments that are distributed in an acrylic polymer suspension.

    So, you have three main components that make up acrylic paints, pigment, acrylic binder, and water.

    QD Enamel Paint

    QD Enamel Paint is a quick drying alkyd resin based topcoat. QD Enamel provides a cost effective high gloss coating suitable for industrial applications to metalwork & steelwork where good resistance to petrol, paraffin and mineral oil spillages is required.

    Synthetic Enamel

    Synthetic enamel paint has high adherence as they are made from oil. It can provide high gloss and last for a long time.

    Synthetic enamel paint can offer glossy as well as matt finishes. The best part about synthetic enamel paint is that it can be applied to all types of primers.

    Nitro-Cellulose (NC Paint)

    N.C paint is based on Nitrocellulose, specially modified short oil alkyd resin.

    The system is suitably plasticized contains pigments to produce beige shade. Specifically designed to use as a top – coat & also can be used for refinishing purpose. 

    Why To Choose Vinaka

    We are the professional and experienced manufacturers, suppliers and service providers of world class Automotive paints for electric vehicles. We are catering to some of the top notch Automobile Body shop/workshop in India.

    Our exclusive automotive paints for electric vehicles are available in different chemical constitutions which address the specific needs of the clients. The coating will not leave any smell.

    Our Range of products helps you achieve flawless finish by providing alternate products avoiding problems like orange peel, sagging, lifting, cloudiness, drying etc.

    With our Automotive Paints, there is no need for getting through the costs of untimely repairing, which comes out to be quite expensive affair altogether.

    Our USPs

    • High chemical stability

    • Competitive Pricing and hence Affordable

    • State of the art chemical processing facilities

    • Trained Manpower

    • One to One Client Consultation and Interaction

    • Adherence to Stringent International Quality Standards


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