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Anti-corrosion chemical curing coatings for internal and external protection of metal, concrete and other surfaces.

Epoxy based coatings

Epoxy coatings have waterproof and chemically resistant properties. Coatings characterized by high chemical resistance to aggressive agents (including many solvents and petroleum products) and simultaneously by hardness and resistance to abrasion. It is most common in the world class of anti-corrosion compounds with a wide range of protective action.

Polyurethane based coatings

Polyurethane-based coatings are water and chemical resistant. Such coatings are among the most popular and promising classes of anti-corrosion coatings. The main advantage of polyurethane - a unique combination of properties: chemical, weather and light resistance, high strength combined with elasticity. Polyurethane-based materials are more chemically stable than epoxies.

Polyurethane enamel resistant to water, acids, oil, gasoline, solvents and alkalis. Have good resistance to petroleum products.

Polyurethane coating materials has excellent adhesion to any surface, and due to the unique anti-corrosion properties provides a durable corrosion protection from various impacts.
   
Useful information
The main applications of silicon organic resins

The main applications of silicon organic resins

Silicone additives to concrete

Silicone additives to concrete

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