An inorganic zinc coatings is a type of coating that possess the distinct ability to give corrosion protection to surfaces such as steels. As the name implies, this type of coating has large amounts of zinc metallic dust mixed with a binder.
Inorganic zinc-rich paint consists of high-build polysiloxae or a hybrid topcoat and primer made from inorganic zinc. The use of this type of coating and formulations to achieve steel protection has been well known in the industry of protective coating. Almost all of the zinc-based coatings are created with either epoxy resin binders or inorganic silicate.
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