Industrial Coating

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Definition - What does Industrial Coating mean?

This is a type of coating that is designed to meet the highest industrial standards in chemical and corrosion resistance. It is made from polymer substances, which provide the toughest coatings. They are designed to offer corrosion protection in fasteners and steel pipes, which hold gases, oils, water, wastewater, petrochemicals and for food processing equipment that requires non-stick coating. It is also used in agricultural, automotive and construction equipment.

Corrosionpedia explains Industrial Coating

Apart from corrosion prevention, industrial coating provides non-stick performance, abrasion resistance and chemical protection. These resistance qualities are achieved by using substances like epoxy and fluoropolymer to make the coatings.

These polymers are known to have a high resistance to acids, bases and chemical solvents that lead to the degradation of metals. There is also the use of phosphate in providing this type of coating. Ultimate performance against corrosion is attributed by using this coating. These high-quality coatings are available in powder, water-based and electrocoating or E-coating forms.

Industrial coating is developed to meet the customer’s requirement in terms of appearance, uniqueness, durability and compliance to the environment. This also involves choosing the right formula for customization of coating purpose. Apart from their application in metal, they are also used in plastic and wood substrates.

Therefore, industrial coating caters for corrosion prevention and substance texture and color finishes. It is generally a custom-made, high-quality coating.

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