Corrosion Resistant Epoxy Coatings

Coating the substrate with an epoxy compound is one of the most common and the easiest way to prevent corrosion.


Most Popular Corrosion Resistant Epoxy Systems

  • EP39-2

    Low viscosity, fast curing, optically clear two component epoxy system. Cures rigid. Short tack-free time at room temperature. Resists blushing and exudation. High bond strength.

  • EP21ARHT

    Serviceable up to +400°F. Exceptional acid resistance. Cures at room temperature. Good flow properties. 100% reactive. Low shrinkage upon cure.

  • EP38

    Protects against boiling water. Two component, optically clear compound. Easy to apply by roller, brush or spray equipment. Cures quickly. Superior electrical insulation properties.

  • EP30-2

    Cryogenically serviceable. NASA low outgassing approved. 100% reactive. Excellent light transmission properties. Outstanding dimensional stability. High tensile and compressive strength.

  • EP125

    Resists prolonged service above 500°F. Exceptional durability and flexural strength. High adhesion to metallic and non-metallic substrates. Heat curable system.

Corrosion Resistant Poxy Coatings

Coating the substrate with an epoxy compound is one of the most common and the easiest way to prevent corrosion. It forms a physical barrier between the harsh environment and the substrate, thereby protecting it from getting corroded. Choosing the right epoxy which can provide good corrosion resistance is very important.

Depending on the exact conditions that will be prevalent, the epoxy coating used can be varied. For example, some epoxies provide better resistance to acidic environments, whereas some epoxies provide better moisture resistance. Also, it is important to know the temperature involved in the application, because certain epoxies can resist higher temperatures as compared to others. Hence, a proper evaluation of the exact nature of corrosion taking place in your application and a proper choice of epoxy coating, can enhance the durability and the performance of the substrates involved in your application.

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