Coastal tankage atmospheric corrosion protection

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EonCoat spray applied inorganic coating is formulated to provide long-term solution to fighting corrosion in petrochemical coastal assets.

The tough Chemically Bonded Phosphate Ceramics (CBPC) coating bonds through a chemical reaction with the substrate. Slight surface oxidation actually improves the reaction. An alloy layer is formed which makes it impossible for corrosion promoters (oxygen, humidity) to get behind the coating as with ordinary paints. And EonCoat applied in a single coat requires almost curing time, declares its manufacturer.

The corrosion barrier is covered by a ceramic shell to further resist corrosion, fire, water, abrasion, impact, chemicals, and up to 400°F. The ceramic shell also helps to end costly maintenance cycles of replacing typical barrier-type coatings every few years.

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