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September 27 - October 3, 2010

I am the facility manager for a new amusement park that will operate year-round in a hot, humid environment. Some critical structural steel in the heart of the park needs to be protected from corrosion and at the same time to retain very good appearance properties for as long as possible, since maintenance painting is disruptive. What coating system should I select to achieve the longest useful life, given that cost is a secondary consideration, and how long will this system look good while providing corrosion protection?

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From Ron Cros of A Classic Painting on October 8, 2010:
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From TOLGA DIRAZ of Freelance on October 8, 2010:
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From Lubomir Jancovic of MSPLUB Inc. on October 7, 2010:
200 microns of pure zinc, 300 microns of pure alum more

From Joseph Schinner of Akzo Nobel Coatings Inc. on October 1, 2010:
SSPC (Steel Structures Painting Council) is one of more

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Tagged categories: Coating selection; Corrosion protection