# Paint Work CalculatorIS 15489

## Paint Work Calculation

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#### Total Paint Area

312.15 m2 | 3360.00 ft2

Sr. Material Quantity
1 Paint 33.60 liters
2 Primer 33.60 liters
3 Putty 84.00 kgs

## Paint-Work Calculation

#### Paint Area

Note: Approx Paint Area Including Wall And Ceiling

#### Door & Window Area

$\mathrm{Door}\mathrm{Area}=\mathrm{Width}×\mathrm{Height}×Doors$

#### Paint

$Paint =\frac{\mathrm{Actual Paint Area}}{100}$

$Paint =\frac{\mathrm{3360.00}{\mathrm{ft}}^{2}}{100}$

$Paint =\mathrm{33.60 liter}$
Note: 1 liter of paint cover upto100 sq.ft of Area

#### Primer

$Primer =\frac{\mathrm{Actual Paint Area}}{100}$

$Primer =\frac{\mathrm{3360.00}{\mathrm{ft}}^{2}}{100}$

$Primer =\mathrm{33.60 liter}$
Note: 1 liter of primer cover upto100 sq.ft of Area

#### Putty

$Putty =\frac{\mathrm{Actual Paint Area}}{40}$

$Putty =\frac{\mathrm{3360.00}{\mathrm{ft}}^{2}}{40}$

$Putty =\mathrm{84.00 kgs}$
Note: 2.5 kg of putty cover upto100 sq.ft of Area

## What is paint calculation?

Paint is a liquid or mastic material that can be applied to surfaces to colour, protect and provide texture. They are usually stored as a liquid and dry into a thin film after application. Paints be categorised decorative, are applied on site, or industrial, applied in factories as part of the manufacturing process.

Paint Calculator helps you calculate the area to be painted and gives you an estimate of the required amount of paint. Paints can be applied with a brush or roller, or by dipping, flowcoating, spraying, hot spraying, electrostatic spraying, airless spraying, electrodeposition, powder coating, vacuum impregnation, immersion, and so on.

##### Paint Calculation
$Paint Area =\mathrm{Carpet Area}*\mathrm{3.5}$

$Door Area=\mathrm{Door Height}*\mathrm{Door Width}*\mathrm{No of Doors}$

$Window Area=\mathrm{Window Height}*\mathrm{Window Width}*\mathrm{No of Windows}$
##### $\mathrm{Actual Paint Area}=\mathrm{Paint Area}-\mathrm{Door Area}-\mathrm{Window Area}$$Paint=\frac{\mathrm{Actual Paint Area}}{\mathrm{100}}$$Primer=\frac{\mathrm{Actual Paint Area}}{\mathrm{100}}$$Putty=\frac{\mathrm{Actual Paint Area}}{\mathrm{40}}$
Where,
• m2(meter Square) and ft2(feet Square) is a total area.
• Length and Width in meter/cm or feet/inch.

Note:
1 m2 = 10.7639 ft3
1 litre = 0.264172 gallons

## What are coverage area for paint?

• Paint: Paint is a substance used as the final finish to all surfaces and as a coating to protect or decorate the surface. 1 liter of Paint is Cover Upto 100 Square feet of Paint Area

• Primer: Primer is a paint product that allows finishing paint to adhere much better than if it were used alone. [3] It is designed to adhere to surfaces and to form a binding layer that is better prepared to receive the paint. Compared to paint, a primer is not intended to be used as the outermost durable finish and can instead be engineered to have improved filling and binding properties with the material underneath. 1 liter of Primer is Cover Upto 100 Square feet of Paint Area

• Putty : Putty is a kind of paste prepared for applying on walls to fill in any minor dents or to level the surface. It is recommended that paint is not applied directly on putty. Always apply a coat of primer over putty and then the final coat. 2.5 kgs of Putty is Cover Upto 100 Square feet of Paint Area

• Spay paint coverage is more than brush and roller paint.

Most of the brands mention coverage area on package, hence refer to the package for exact coverage area.

1 Coat means, one layer of paint. 1 Coat of paint is sufficient for repainting or tenancy painting

2 Coat means two-layer of paint. At least 2 coat of paint is required for fresh painting, new paint or color change.

## What are the important paint calculation?

Paint is used to protect all sorts of buildings and structures from the effects of water and sun. Wooden buildings such as houses are usually painted because a coat of paint prevents water seeping into the wood and making it rot. The paint also helps to prevent the wood from drying out in the hot sun.

Incredibly, some forms of paint can actually reduce the danger of a fire spreading in your house. Fire resistant paints, also known as intumescent coatings, are a passive fire protection measure that are well worth the investment. Obviously these products arenâ€™t going to save your home from a fire, but they can form an important part of your fire safety measures in the house.