Surface protection coatings will help you get the most reliability and longevity out of your chemical processing equipment. Whether your processes involve corrosive chemicals, high temperatures, abrasive materials or heavy wear, we can engineer a suitable coating that can address these and other challenging conditions. Should your metal surfaces need release properties, we also provide a variety of coatings with non-stick properties.
We formulated our coatings to strengthen metal surfaces, delivering additional hardness along with critical properties like corrosion and chemical resistance, permanent dry lubrication and lower friction.
In an industry that demands consistent quality and safety while also keeping costs in check, it pays to invest in engineered surface protection coatings to keep your chemical processing systems running reliably.
Superior protection against wear, friction and corrosion
Protects aluminum and aluminum surfaces from corrosion and friction
Provides maximum corrosion protection for aluminum
Protects ferrous, non-ferrous and mixed metal parts against harsh environments and chemicals
Provides a mirror-smooth finish and exhibits a low coefficient of friction (CoF)
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