Ritesh Patel, Director - Kroma Paints

Ritesh Patel, Director - Kroma Paints
Our range of anti-corrosive protective coatings provide longer lifecycle to equipment, enable quicker coatings, and reduce application times and coating loss.
Our wide range of anti-corrosive protective coatings provide longer lifecycle to equipment, enable quicker coatings, and reduce application times and coating loss.

Kroma Paints gives longer protection to machines and also undertakes training for product painting and paintshop of the OEMs.

Our anti corrosive solutions developed through our R&D capabilities at our automated plants, are an import substitute to In-Organic zinc silicate, Epoxy, polyurethane, Fast Drying and Stoving paints. Kroma anti-corrosive coatings are much better than water-based paints, as they not only give longer protection, but also provide quicker coatings, reduce spray loss and application times.

We provide application support to the OEMs to contain coating losses. For their product painting and paintshop. We provide painting training to their factory shop floor personnel in surface preparation.

Kroma uses raisin-based additives from BASF, BYK and DOW.
Kroma, which uses raisin-based additives from BASF, BYK and DAO, has in place a complete SAP-based formulation for the paints to be formulated for different machine applications. The systems are fully codified so there is consistency in the paints’ composition as per the requirements of the OEMs.

Kroma Paints

We have plans to set up a dealer network.
Kroma which delivers its anti-corrosive paints and solutions directly to the OEMs, is contemplating to setting up a dealer network to extend reach and availability of its products, along with the necessary support to the OEM and painting equipment users. Currently, it has a centralized warehouse for stocking its products.

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