Protecting Steel in Atmospheric Exposure: How Many Coats?

From JPCL, June 2005

by Brian Goldie and Karen Kapsanis

Advances in coatings technology as well as the aims of end users to reduce the time and costs of applying three-coat systems have led to the increased specification of one- and two-coat systems for steel in atmospheric service. In response to a JPCL/PCE survey, representatives of several protective coatings manufacturers in Europe and North America give their views on the trend towards using fewer coats. ...
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