Problem Solving Forum
October 31 - November 6, 2011
Which generic coating systems are suitable for protecting pipeline internals carrying highly abrasive media?
theerasak phadungsri of dimet (siam)public co.,ltd. on
March 24, 2012:
You have to check speed o ...read more You have to check speed of abrasive and design.
M Ehab of North Valley on
March 21, 2012:
Epoxy coating reinforced with glass f ...read more Epoxy coating reinforced with glass flakes with glass flake contents by weight in dry film not less then 25%.
bart de cremer of acotec nv on
January 17, 2012:
We believe that a solvent-free, modified, po ...read more We believe that a solvent-free, modified, polyamine-cured epoxy with an anti-abrasive filler is a perfect solution.
Rodolfo Castro of International paint (Akzo Nobel Chile) Ltda on
January 10, 2012:
We usually work with soli ...read more We usually work with solid polyurethane linings (12 mm thickness) for the interior of pipelines with copper slurry tails and concentrates. You can see some solutions in www.acotec.cl.
Hanif Khairul of Hempel A/S on
November 1, 2011:
As far as I know, the answer is an abrasive- ...read more As far as I know, the answer is an abrasive-resistant epoxy. Some phenolic type with hard filler will also fulfill this purpose. However, if the flow of material is a concern, a low-friction coating like fluoropolymer is better.
Kishore Kumar K R of Nukote on
November 4, 2011:
Highly abrasion-resistant polyurea is the best amo ...read more Highly abrasion-resistant polyurea is the best among the current polymers.
Roy Bradley of Laing O'Rourke on
November 3, 2011:
You may like to consider ...read more You may like to consider a chloro-sulphonated polyethylene for a trial. Hypalon is a trade name (I believe).