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KCC

The World Leader


in Container Coatings
◈SalesIntroduction
breakdown of KCC Corporation

Sub‐division 2013 sales %
Sales breakdown by product segment
Automobile coating 10.7%
Heavy duty coating 9.9%
Paint
(37.4%) Industrial coating 9.1%
Decorative coating 5.3%
Others Others 2.3%
18.6%
Glass Float glass
(11.3%) 11.3%
Paint
37.3% Building Gypsum board 7.3%
Silicone
8.6% materials Mitone
5.2%
(16.0%)
Glass wool 3.6%
Building Glass
PVC Products materials PVC window frame 2.4%
11.3% PVC 
8.1% 16.1% products PVC flooring 3.2%
(8.0%)
Others 2.5%

Silicone Polisilicone, etc 8.6%


(8.0%)
Total sales: KRW 3,022 bn 1 Others 18.6%
(18.6%) Merchandise and etc.
¹ Exchange rate of KRW 1,000 to US$
Total 100.0%
◈World wide service network
->Ready for service
->To be ready by end of
2013

Norway Russia
Poland
Netherlands
Latvia China (DL)
Germany
China (QD)
Greece China (BJ) Canada
Spain China (SH)
Italy China (GZ) USA
Turkey Hong Kong
Cyprus
Iran

Monaco Korea
Egypt Japan
Israel Taiwan
UAE
S. Africa
Nigeria
INDIA
Vietnam
Indonesia
Malaysia
Singapore
Australia Panama
Brazil
Chile
Argentina

SALES OFFICE : 21 AGENT/DISTRIB. : 16 KCC Factory : 9 OEM Fct. : 22 Stock Point: 6


World
◈Worldwide
wideservice network
service network
Overseas factories

Beijing/China Kunshan/China Guangzhou/China

TamilNadu /India Hochiminh / Vietnam Singapore

DarulEhsan / Malaysia Kocaeli / Turkey Basildon / UK


◈ Reference list of Container Projects
Accumulated data of Container Projects (by Year) Total : 10682892TEU, As of Dec. 31, 2013.

0 80,000 160,000 240,000 320,000 400,000 480,000 560,000 640,000


By Builder’s Country
Sub-ttl. 154,221
38,555/Year
1977∼1980 Sub-ttl. 367,572
73,547/Year
1981∼1985 Sub-ttl. 478,871
159,623/Year
1986∼1988 Sub-ttl. 498,199 0 4,000,000 8,000,000
249,100/Year
1989∼1990
1991 296,718
1992 416,000
250,299
1993
1994 327,992 7,363,555
1995 384,341 China (68.9%)
1996 368,495
1997 380,433
1998 433,525 2,290,917
1999 454,744 Korea (21.4%)
2000 471,018
2001 313,445
2002 318,035 937,592
Asia (8.8%)
2003 338,251
2004 419,700
2005 325064 78,282
2006 380375
S/Africa (0.7%)
2007 575001
2008 523232
2009 64707 12,546
2010 466312 Others (0.1%)
2011 614649
2012 606976
2013 454719
◈ Reference
Reference list oflist of Container
Container Projects
Projects
Accumulated data of Container Projects (by Major Owners) Total : 10,682,892 TEU, As of Dec. 31, 2013.

0 200,000 400,000 600,000 0 50000 100000 0 50000 100000

MAERSK MATSON XTRA 82222

TEXTAINER HAMBURG US-LINE 75844


SUD
TRITON YANGMING KMTC 71801

P&O-NEDLLOYD 520,621 SEACUBE CARLISLE 68542

OOCL 443,291 ITEL MOL 67861

HMM 427,593 IRISL CMA-CGM 65661

TIPHOOK 309,183 UASC 64760


ZIM
98424
HANJIN 308,325 CTI 59626
PIL
97934
CRONOS 263,731 SEACO 59150
NYK
49,331
HAPALLOYD 255,055 FBZ 47900
APL 47,865
CAPITAL 217,396 CROWLEY 41735
K-LINE
TAL 92022 40620
214,296 SINOKOR
NOL
GENSTAR 90024 40142
208,126 MSC
EVERGREE
GATEWAY 164,578 85300 38290
N DONGNAMA
GESEACO
CAI 145,616 85210 UNIFLEX 35366
GOLD
INTERPOOL 140,100 83255 BEACON 35200
◈Products for Container Coating
♣ Epoxy Zinc Primer
♣ Epoxy Primer

Epoxy Topcoat for interior ( FDA - Compliant )
♣ Topcoats of various resin basis ;
Modified Acrylic Topcoat
Chlorinated Rubber Topcoat
Vinyl Topcoat
Polyester Topcoat
Urethane Topcoat
Non- -chalking Epoxy Topcoat
◈Environmental Friendly Coatings
♣ High solid & VOC compliant paints
- Korepox Zinc Rich Primer EZ1710
- Korepox H.B. EH2351

♣ CTC Free paint


- Korabor H.B. RH247N
- Koclac H.B. AH2470

♣ Water borne paints


- Kosumel Zinc Primer WZ3300
- Kosumel Primer WP3400
- Kosumel Topcoat WT3500
- Kosumel Topcoat WT3600
Painting System
for
Newbuilding Container
◈ General
◈ Coating System for New Building
y g Containers
Dry-Cargo
For Exterior Surfaces (Substrate : Steel)
DFT (μ)
Coating Product name Generic type
System 1 System 2 System 3

Primer EZ175C, EZ175 etc. Epoxy Zinc (Rich) Primer 10∼40 30∼40 -

Middle EP170ST Epoxy Zinc-phosphate Primer 30∼70 - 30∼50

Topcoat Based on ordering specification.


40∼50 70∼80 40∼50
(Refer to KCC’s exterior top coating materials as below.)

Total DFT (Dry Film Thickness, microns) 110∼120 110∼120 80∼90

System1 : Three (3) coating system (Substrate : General steel)


System 2 : Two (2) coating system (Substrate : General steel)
System 3 : Coating system in case that substrate is a non-ferrous metals (MGSS, SUS, etc.)
“EP1720 or EP1730” can be used instead of “EP170ST” as a same thickness.

KCC’s exterior topcoat

Generic type Product name Generic type Product name

Acrylic AH2470, AH2470(S) Epoxy ET5730

Vinyl VH4233, VH4233(S) Urethane UT6581(C)

CR or RT547, RH247,
Polyester MT340
Acrylic + CR RH247(N), RT546(D)
◈ General Coating
◈ General Coating System
System for New
for Newbuilding Building
Dry-Cargo Containers
y g Containers
Dry-Cargo
For Interior Surfaces (Substrate : Steel)
DFT (μ)
Coating Product name Generic type
System 1 System 2

Primer EP170ST, EP1720 Epoxy Zinc (Rich) Primer 10∼40 10∼40

EP170ST Epoxy Zinc-phosphate Primer - 40∼70


Topcoat
EH270 Epoxy High Build 40∼70 -

Total DFT (Dry Film Thickness, microns) 60∼80 60∼80

For Under Structure Surfaces (Substrate : Steel)


Coating Product name Generic type DFT (μ)

Primer EZ175C, EZ175 etc. Epoxy Zinc (Rich) Primer 10∼40

Bituminous paint or Based on ordering specification. -


Topcoat
Same as Exterior topcoating system. -
◈ General Coating
◈ General Coating System
System for New
for Newbuilding ReeferBuilding
Containers
Reefer Containers
For Exterior Surfaces (Substrate : MGSS or HGSS)
Coating Product name Generic type DFT (μ)

Primer EP170ST, EP1720 Epoxy Primer 40∼50

Based on ordering specification.


Topcoat 50~60
(Refer to KCC’s exterior top coating materials)

Total DFT (Dry Film Thickness, microns) 90∼110

For Under Structure Surfaces (Substrate : Steel)


DFT (μ)
Coating Product name Generic type
System 1 System 2

EZ175C, EZ175 etc. Epoxy Zinc (Rich) Primer 10∼30 -


Primer
EP170ST, EP1720 Epoxy Primer - 30∼40

Bituminous paint or Based on ordering specification. -


Topcoat
Same as Exterior topcoating system. -
Contents

I Introduction of KCC’s New Waterborne Coatings

II Technology & Performance

III Recommended Working Procedure & Condition

IV Application References
I. Introduction of KCC’s 
New Waterborne Coatings
,
KCC s R&D History for WB Container Coatings

1990s
The 1st generation WB coating system.
Suitable for low‐speed production line at container 
manufacturers. 
2008
Organic‐inorganic hybrid technology.
Excellent weatherability, anti‐contamination property Finish for new 
building & refurbishing containers.

The 2nd generation WB coating system.


Good anticorrosive property
Good resistance to abrasion & impact
Very Low VOC contents

The 3rd generation WB coating system. 
Non‐zinc primer but, excellent anti‐
2009~2011 corrosive property.
Highly economic & good workability.

~2013
New Waterborne Coating System
# Newly advanced coating system

Exterior

As is : 3coat To be : 2coat
Top 40~50㎛ Top 45~50㎛
Mid 40㎛ Mid 45~50㎛
Primer 20㎛

Shopprimer 10㎛ Shopprimer 10㎛

Interior

As is : 2coat To be : 1coat
Top 40~50㎛ Top 50~60㎛
Primer 20㎛

Shopprimer 10㎛ Shopprimer 10㎛


New Waterborne Coating System
1. For Dry Container
Zinc Priming system Non Zinc system
Product name Packing SVR
Interior Exterior Interior Exterior

Shop Primer WZ3300 2pack 49% 10㎛ 10㎛ 10㎛ 10㎛

Main Primer WZ3300 2pack 49% 20㎛ 20㎛ ‐ ‐

Middle Coat WP3400 2pack 49% ‐ 40㎛ ‐ 45~50㎛

WT3600 2pack 46% 40~50㎛ ‐ 50~60㎛ ‐


Top Coat
WT3500 1pack 40% ‐ 40~50㎛ ‐ 45~50㎛

2. For Reefer Container

Product name Packing SVR Exterior

Middle Coat WP3400 2pack 49% 40㎛

Top Coat WT3500 1pack 40% 50㎛


II. Technology & Performance
Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Top Coat for Ext.
Organic‐Inorganic Hybrid 
Emulsion structure
Surfactants layer

Polymer Core

Silicone‐modified 
acrylates

Organic part Inorganic part
Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Top Coat for Ext.

Strong Bonding Energy

Bond Energy (K
Chemical Structure
cal/mole)
C-O 83
Organic C-C 83
C-H 98
Inorganic Si - O 101

Siloxane (Si‐O‐Si) Structure
‐‐ Strong Bonding
‐‐ Stable for UV & Heat than Organic Coatings
Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Top Coat for Ext.
Novel Technology Conventional 
Good Weatherability
: QUV-B, 600hours
‐ Color differance : Max. 0.5 
‐ Gloss retention : Min. 80%

Novel Technology Conventional 

Good Dirt pickup resistance
: Carbon black solution test 
‐ Very easy to remove contamination
Long term Protection technology
Conventional  Novel WB epoxy
WB epoxy

Uniform film formation
‐ Enhance barrier property
‐ High cross‐linking density

Cathodic protection & passivation
‐ Long term protection technology
‐ Electro‐chemical corrosion control
Performance Test Results
a. Anti-corrosive performance

Novel Technology Conventional  Novel Technology Conventional 

Excellent anti‐corrosion properties Good temporary protection(Shop primer)
‐ Salt fog 1000hours - Salt fog 150hours
‐ No blister - No blister, No rust
Performance Test Results
b. IICL Paint test result

Exterior 2coat system Interior 1coat system
VOC Emission
Full waterborne coating system can reduce substantial amount of VOC emission
in painting process.

Dry Container Reefer Container


III. Recommended working 
Procedure & Condition
Shop priming line

Spray Setting Dry oven Cooling Stacking

Temp. : Ambient Temp. : Ambient Temp. : 60~80℃ Temp. : Ambient Temp. : Ambient
Humid : 20~80%RH Humid : 20~80%RH Humid : 20~80%RH Humid : 20~80%RH Humid : 20~80%RH
Substrate temp. Time : - Time : 80~120sec. Time : 60~120sec.
: Min. 10℃
* Air blowing *Hot air blowing * Air blowing
*Ventilation required

※ This procedure & conditions were set up based on our actual experiment.
It can be changed by each painting line’s structure & condition.
Main Painting Line
a. 3coating system

Zinc Primer Exterior middle Dry oven


coat Setting /Interior top
Setting

Temp. 10~35℃ Temp. 20~40℃ Temp. 10~35℃ Temp. 20~40℃ Temp. 50~60℃
Humid 40~70%RH Humid ~70%RH Humid 40~70%RH Humid ~70%RH Humid 15~30%RH
Air blow 1.0~1.5m/s Air blow 1.0~1.5m/s Air blow 0.5~1.0m/s
*Ventilation required Time 5~10min *Ventilation required Time 10~15min Time 15~20min

*Warm air blowing *Warm air blowing *Hot air blowing


*Ventilation required *Ventilation required *Ventilation required

Final dry oven 1st dry oven Setting Exterior top cooling
coat
Temp. 60~80℃ Temp. 35~40℃ Temp. 20~40℃ Temp. 10~35℃ Temp. ~35℃
Humid 20~30%RH Humid ~40%RH Humid ~70%RH Humid 40~70%RH Humid ~80% RH
Air blow 1.0~1.5m/s Air blow 0.5~1.0m/s Air blow 0.5~1.0m/s Air blow 1.0~1.5m/s
Time 20~30min Time 10~15min Time 10~15min *Ventilation required Time 10~15min

*Hot air blowing *Hot air blowing *Warm air blowing *Ventilation required
*Ventilation required *Ventilation required *Ventilation required *Air blowing

※ This procedure & conditions were set up based on our actual experiment.
It can be changed by each painting line’s structure & condition.
Main Painting Line
b. 2coating system

Exterior middle
Setting Dry oven cooling Exterior top
/Interior top coat
Temp. 10~35℃ Temp. 20~40℃ Temp. 50~60℃ Temp. ~35℃ Temp. 10~35℃
Humid 40~70%RH Humid ~70%RH Humid 15~30%RH Humid ~80% RH Humid 40~70%RH
Air blow 1.0~1.5m/s Air blow 0.5~1.0m/s Air blow 1.0~1.5m/s
*Ventilation required Time 10~15min Time 15~20min Time 10~15min *Ventilation required

*Warm air blowing *Hot air blowing *Ventilation required


*Ventilation required *Ventilation required *Air blowing

Final dry oven 1st dry oven Setting

Temp. 60~80℃ Temp. 35~40℃ Temp. 20~40℃


Humid 20~30%RH Humid ~40%RH Humid ~70%RH
Air blow 1.0~1.5m/s Air blow 0.5~1.0m/s Air blow 0.5~1.0m/s
Time 20~30min Time 10~15min Time 10~15min

*Hot air blowing *Hot air blowing *Warm air blowing


*Ventilation required *Ventilation required *Ventilation required

※ This procedure & conditions were set up based on our actual experiment.
It can be changed by each painting line’s structure & condition.
IV. Application References
1st Generation Field References(1990s)
No Date Country Factory Owner Test Volume Size Unit Ext. Int. Remarks
1 1991 Aug Korea HDPIC TIPHOOK Panel Test Panel 1 O Shop Primer : Solventborne

2 1991 Nov Korea HDPIC TIPHOOK Box Test 40ft 1 O Shop Primer : Solventborne

3 1991 Nov Korea HDPIC TIPHOOK Box Test 20ft 1 O Shop Primer : Solventborne

4 1992 Jan Korea Dae Dong GENSTAR Box Test 20ft 1 O Refurbish Container

5 1992 Apr Korea Dae Dong GENSTAR Box Test 40ft 1 O Refurbish Container

6 1992 Jul Korea JINDO TIPHOOK Panel Test Panel 1 O O Shop Primer : Solventborne

7 1992 Jul Korea HDPIC TIPHOOK Panel Test Panel 1 O Shop Primer : Solventborne

8 1992 Aug Korea HDPIC P&OCL Box Test 20ft 2 O Reefer Container

9 1992 Aug Korea HDPIC P&OCL Box Test 20ft 2 O Reefer Container

10 1992 Sep Korea HDPIC P&OCL Panel Test Panel 1 O Shop Primer : Solventborne

11 1992 Sep China YSC TIPHOOK Mass Production 20ft 250 O O Shop Primer : Solventborne

12 1992 Oct China YSC TIPHOOK Mass Production 20ft 150 O O Shop Primer : Solventborne

13 1992 Oct Korea HDPIC SAF MARINE Box Test 20ft 1 O Reefer Container

14 1992 Oct Korea HDPIC SAF MARINE Box Test 20ft 1 O Reefer Container

15 1993 Apr China SPIC HAPAG LLOYD Box Test 20ft 10 O O Shop Primer : Solventborne

16 1993 Sep Indonesia KCI TAL Box Test 40ft 5 O O Shop Primer : Solventborne

17 1994 Jan Indonesia KCI TAL Mass Production 20ft 200 O O Shop Primer : Solventborne

18 1994 Mar Korea HDPIC GENSTAR Box Test 48ft 2 O Reefer Container

19 1994 Mar Korea HDPIC TAL Box Test 40ft 1 O Reefer Container

20 1994 Jun China GDHD OOCL Mass Production 20ft 100 O O Shop Primer : Solventborne
2nd Generation Field Test Results(2008~2013)
Interior Exterior
Application of Ext. Top only Product name DFT (㎛) DFT (㎛)
 Data : August 19th , 2008 zinc Primer EZ175C 30 30
 Place : CIMC Shenzhen / China
Middle coat EP170ST - 40
 Owner : MAERSK
 Size : 45ft×5 Unit EH270 50 -
Top coat
 Dry Cargo Container WT3500 - 50

‐ Showed good appearance
‐ Showed good compatibility with
solventborne middle coat
‐ Minor pinhole, popping phenomena
occurred in excessive film thickness area
2nd Generation Field Test Results(2008~2013)

Application of Ext. System Product name


Interior Exterior
DFT (㎛) DFT (㎛)
 Data : March 27th , 2011
Middle coat WP3400 - 40
 Place : MCIQ Qingdao / China
Top coat WT3500 - 50
 Owner : HANJIN SHIPPING
 Size : 40ft ×10 Unit
‐ Showed good appearance
 Reefer Container
‐ Showed good workability
2nd Generation Field Test Results(2008~2013)
Interior Exterior
Application of Ext. Int. System Product name DFT (㎛) DFT (㎛)

 Data : April 30th , 2011 Shopprimer WZ3300 10 10


Main Primer WZ3300 20 20
 Place : SBPC Shanghai / China
Middle coat WP3400 - 40
 Owner : HANJIN SHIPPING
WT3500 - 50
 Size : 20ft ×20 Unit Top coat
WT3600 50 -
 Dry Cargo Container
- Appearance was generally good.
- Some boxes showed top coat cracking
cause by high D.F.T
2nd Generation Field Test Results(2008~2013)
Interior Exterior
Application of Ext. Int. System Product name DFT (㎛) DFT (㎛)

 Data : July 21th , 2011 Shopprimer WZ3300 10 10


Main Primer WZ3300 20 20
 Place : TPCC Tianjin / China
Middle coat WP3400 - 40
 Owner : PIL
WT3500 - 50
 Size : 20ft ×100 Unit Top coat
WT3600 50 -
 Dry Cargo Container
- Appearance was generally good.
- Some boxes showed top coat cracking
cause by high D.F.T
2nd Generation Field Test Results(2008~2013)
Interior Exterior
Application of Ext. Int. System Product name DFT (㎛) DFT (㎛)

 Data : August 25th , 2012 Zinc Primer WZ3300 20 20


 Place : DCMC Dalian / China Middle coat WP3400 - 40
 Owner : MAERSK
WT3500 - 50
 Size : 20ft ×100 Unit Top coat
WT3600 50 -
 Dry Cargo Container
‐ Shows good appearance
‐ Good workability
2nd Generation Field Test Results(2008~2013)
Interior Exterior
Application of Ext. Int. System Product name DFT (㎛) DFT (㎛)

 Data : April 12~13th , 2013 Zinc Primer WZ3300 20 20


 Place : DCMC Dalian / China Middle coat WP3400 - 40
 Owner : SINOKOR
WT3500 - 50
 Size : 20ft ×300 Unit Top coat
WT3600 50 -
 Dry Cargo Container
‐ Shows good appearance
‐ Good workability
2nd Generation Field Test Results(2008~2013)
Interior Exterior
Application of Ext. Int. System Product name DFT (㎛) DFT (㎛)

 Data : July 8~12th , 2013 Zinc Primer WZ3300 30 30


 Place : : QCSC Qingdao / China Middle coat WP3400 - 40
 Owner : YML
WT3500 - 50
 Size : Size : 20ft ×200 Unit Top coat
WT3600 50 -
 Dry Cargo Container
‐ Shows good appearance
‐ Good workability

Solvent borne Waterborne


Why waterborne coatings?

Reduce 
VOC 
Emission

Eco  Low Fetid 
Friendly Smell

Improve 
Non 
Workplace 
Flammable
Environment