The effect of the four kinds of red, dark yellow, purple, and black pastes on the properties of fluorine resin/aluminum low emissivity coating was studied. The infrared emissivity coatings with red and black pastes were higher than the coatings with dark yellow and purple pastes. The hardness of the coatings with red, dark yellow, and purple color pastes was 6H, and that with black pastes was 6B. The adhesion and impact resistance of dark yellow coating was better, followed by red and purple, and the adhesion and impact resistance of black coating was the worst. Electrochemical polarization curves indicated that fluorine resin coatings with purple paste had better corrosion resistance. After the salt water resistance test, there was no obvious loss of light in the coatings with the four kinds of color pastes. The purple paste coating had no obvious loss of light and less bubble, suggesting that the fluorine resin/aluminum low emissivity coating with purple paste had better performance. The results of this study provide a new prospect for the application of infrared low emissivity coating in infrared stealth and compatibility with visible light.
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