10 LTR Emulsion Pack

Size: 10 LTR

A 10-liter emulsion packaging refers to a container or canister that holds 10 liters (or approximately 10,000 milliliters) of emulsion paint. Emulsion paint is a water-based paint commonly used for interior and exterior walls. Here is a description of a typical 10-liter emulsion packaging:

  •  Quantity: The packaging contains 10 liters of emulsion paint, making it suitable for larger painting projects or areas that require a significant amount of paint. This size is commonly used by professional painters, contractors, or individuals undertaking substantial painting tasks.
  • Container Type: The emulsion packaging is usually a sturdy plastic or metal canister designed to hold and store the paint securely. It may have a resealable lid or cover to protect the paint and prevent spills or leaks during storage or transportation.
  • Handling: Due to the larger volume of paint, the 10-liter emulsion packaging may have handles or grips for easier handling and pouring. This facilitates pouring the paint into smaller containers or directly onto a paint tray for application.
  • Coverage: The coverage of a 10-liter emulsion paint can vary depending on factors such as the paint’s consistency, application technique, surface texture, and porosity. It is important to refer to the manufacturer’s instructions and product specifications to determine the estimated coverage area that can be achieved with the specific paint.
  • Color Options: Emulsion paints are available in a wide range of colors, and the 10-liter packaging is typically available in various color options. It allows you to choose the desired color for your project, whether it’s a specific shade or a custom color that can be mixed using tinting systems.
  • Application: Emulsion paint from a 10-liter packaging can be applied using various methods, including brushes, rollers, or spraying equipment, depending on the size and requirements of the project. It is suitable for use on properly prepared and primed surfaces, such as plaster, drywall, or previously painted walls.
  • Durability and Longevity: Emulsion paints are known for their durability and long-lasting performance. They are formulated to resist cracking, fading, and mildew growth, providing a lasting finish that withstands everyday wear and tear.