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Semi-dispersions - What are they and how are they used?


Semi-dispersions will give your walls freshness.

Often, great home decoration doesn't require a lot of money or the hiring of professionals. All you need is a little time and creativity. It is exactly these characteristics that decorate the walls..

Painting the walls is the easiest way to give your home or office a new, different look. From bringing in light to giving width - the colors on the walls make the space exude harmony and harmony. At the same time, they add a touch of elegance, raising the entire interior to a whole new level.

The fact that the colors on the walls have incredible power also confirms the fact that they can influence our mood. So, for example, orange tones have a positive effect on the psyche. Yellow color encourages activity and communication, green creativity, and blue has a relaxing effect.

However, before you start choosing the right shade, you need to determine what kind of color, ie. coating you want.

The company EING reveals to you the advantages of semi-dispersion.

What are semi-dispersions?

Semi-dispersions represent an ecological type of paint created by dispension, by reducing the content of all components. Therefore, they have a lower price and excellent performance. They are characterized, above all, by high coverage and vapor permeability. Also, they are resistant to dry wiping, and you can easily maintain walls painted with them.

Since they have exceptional whiteness, you can add toner concentrate. In this way, you will get the light you want in your space in a simple way. Keep in mind that due to the reduced amount of pigment, they can only be tinted in lighter colors.


This type of paint is easy to apply so you don't need a lot of painting experience. While the low content of easily volatile organic substances guarantees that working with it will not harm your health.

Semi-dispersions are intended for the protection and decoration of interior wall and ceiling surfaces. They are particularly suitable for frequent renovations and color changes. You can use them on all types of hard, mineral, and dry substrates, as well as on fiber cement boards, plaster, and concrete. They are also excellent for painting surfaces previously treated with dispersion paints. They are also used to cover bumps, as they have a rougher texture.

How are semi-dispersions used?

Before you go shopping for semi-dispersion and toner of the desired color, you need to determine the amount you need. Experts advise that you multiply the square footage of your home or business by 3.5 to know how much square footage you need the material for. If the ceilings are higher than standard, you must multiply the number of squares by 4.

The next step is to prepare the walls for applying semi-dispersion. The surface of the walls must be dry, clean, and free of dust, water-soluble salts, grease, and other impurities.

If the walls are already painted, you must mechanically remove traces of the old paint. Be sure to smooth out any unevenness with a smoothing compound. New walls do not require repairs, they just need to be dry and clean.

Semi-dispersions can be applied with a brush, roller, or spraying machine. If you don't want to tint them manually, there is computer color mixing in paint shops.


The paint is applied in 2 layers with an interval of 6 hours, i.e. after the coating has dried. You can dilute the semi-dispersion with water up to 40 percent for the first layer, and up to 25 percent for the second layer.

The company EING is engaged in the production of process equipment in the field of mining and construction. In its rich offer of agitator you can also find dissolver that is intended for semi-dispersions, but also for other liquid materials for finishing works in construction, such as dispersions, paints, liquid building substrates...



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