The work of Kansai Paint involves more than just coloring things in.
It has to do with not only choosing beautiful colors, but also with continuously resolving the various issues and desires that occur in everyday life.
It also has to do with continuously creating lasting value.
The spirit of "Designed to last" lies at the root of our work.
In KANSAI PAINT INCREDIBLE, we will use case studies to explain the values of our work that cannot be understood by simply taking a single look.
CASE.1 Akashi Kaikyo Bridge
About multilayer anticorrosive paint
In this video, you will see a case detailing how Kansai Paint was engaged in the construction of Hyogo prefecture's Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the world.
The structure, including the bridge itself, is exposed to the harshest elements on earth, so it could not exist without being coated.
The coating used to protect the adherent from the harsh elements is called multilayer anticorrosive paint, and it combines a variety of paints and coatings to maximize the preservation of the structure.
Large scale structures and Kansai Paint
Coating can be considered an extremely important process in the construction of large structures like steel towers, freeways, plants, stadiums, and bridges.
We respond to requests for jobs from all angles, including coating that provides anti-rusting and anticorrosion to reduce corrosion loss, provides performance and security in accordance with the climate or region, and shows consideration for the environment.
Kansai Paint approaches the development of paint and coating for large scale structures today with their many years of knowledge, research, experience, and pride.