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NFM Group – EC Paint

Norway-based NFM Group has come up with EC Paint, a weapon and equipment paint designed to fit both daylight and IR needs. EC paint dries in seconds, covering equipment with a smooth matte coating and no shiny spots. It is also durable and heat resistant without affecting the material structure, and can be used for covering plastics and textiles. NFM states that EC Paint is NVG compliant. This is pretty cool considering we’ve all been using krypton for years now and it wasn’t really designed for use on military equipment.

EC Paint is available in 8 colors: Grey, White, Black, Coyote Brown, Forest Green, Olive Drab, Mud Brown, and Sand. A dedicated stripper has also been developed for the paint, which they say provides easy and fast clean off. EC paint comes in 400ml spray cans and a 5 liter container for vehicle application.

EC Paint has been selected by the British Army to respray all weapons systems for issue in Afghanistan. Hint-hint, US Army.

www.nfm.no

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21 Responses to “NFM Group – EC Paint”

  1. Felix says:

    Great product, Im using this for approximately 4 years. Works great on firearms, Nylon and helmets.

  2. mike says:

    Any dealers yet? I’d love to buy a few cans, but I don’t think I can get set up with them on a bulk purchase.

  3. AZSergeant says:

    The army can’t get uniform camo right let alone weapons camo. Also how will the weapons look nice for the new garrison army they are hell bent on switching over too, global instability be damned! Fantastic product though.

  4. El Guapo says:

    Anyone know if this holds up well on suppressors? I know it’s “heat resistant” but cans get insanely hot.

  5. Timmay says:

    Fifteen pounds per can?

  6. Desert Lizard says:

    When you hover your mouse pointer over the paint products on their website, a popup window says that it can damage plastics. I wonder what the extent of the damage is.

    • straps says:

      Yeah clarification is needed.

      Posting says nylon and plastics.

      Company says plastics (and by extension nylon) are a no-go.

      Any word on a US distributor? The NVG angle distinguishes this product…

      • Read carefully bro:

        EC-Paint Remover

        EC-Paint is offered with a separate paint remover.
        Warning! Avoid applying EC-Paint Remover on plastic elements. It can cause surface damage.

        It is about the remover, not the paint.

        Mat DTF

      • Go through the website again my man,

        EC-Paint Remover

        EC-Paint is offered with a separate paint remover.
        Warning! Avoid applying EC-Paint Remover on plastic elements. It can cause surface damage.

        It is about the remover, not the paint.

        Mat DTF

      • fryer duck says:

        http://rampartcorp.com/ProductDescription.aspx?productid=63
        This was the only US distributor that I could find. It says mil/le only. I’m not sure if they will sell to individuals or only unit purchases.

      • Mic says:

        I could be wrong, but from looking around I think they mean their stripper will damage plastics not the paint. I was confused at first also

    • SSD says:

      And once again…RIF

  7. Read carefully bro:

    EC-Paint Remover

    EC-Paint is offered with a separate paint remover.
    Warning! Avoid applying EC-Paint Remover on plastic elements. It can cause surface damage.

    It is about the remover, not the paint.

    Mat DTF

  8. Angry Misha says:

    “Krypton Paint”?

  9. TCO says:

    Our commanding officer has forbidden all further painting of weapons.
    And is looking way do get them black again.
    He did not like them visualy.
    Backward ass idiots.