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Industrial paint is used to protect various surfaces.

Metal, wood and a variety of other surface materials can be treated in preparation for application, which results in a superior surface quality.

Application systems as well can manipulate the surface quality to produce longevity of the metal and other surfaces.

The characteristics of quality largely relies upon the paints ingredients and the chosen application.

There are four paint elements that will play a role in the adherence on the surface needing treatment: the pigment, the liquid, the binder and the additives.

A specific kind of paint will determine the system of application used… brush, spray or electrostatic spraying method etc….

We offer chemical, corrosive, abrasive and durable resistant coating properties that give your company peace of mind in knowing your investment is protected and has longevity.

Epoxy, air dry is cost effective for our clients and is a corrosive resistant coating

Phenolic is greart in low pH, high temperature environments

Phosphate is a ferrous metal coating for anti galling and minor corrosion resistance

Polyurethane provides high gloss topcoat for epoxy and inorganic zinc

Inorganic Zinc gives corrosive and weathering protection for steel

Cyrogenics managers know it is essential for industrial tank surfaces to have a good protective coating on them because avoiding corrosion could save large companies thousands of dollars as well as their reputations.

Rust on the surface of these tanks should be dry with no pitting. If there is evidence of pitting deeper than a third of the metal thickness, the tank should be inspected by a professional.

A wet surface could mean the tank is leaking fuel through the rusted area.

Water drainage from tanks regularly should aid in the prevention of tanks corroding internally as well as maintain product quality.

Cyrogenics managers know it is essential for industrial tank surfaces to have a good protective coating on them because avoiding corrosion could save large companies thousands of dollars as well as their reputations.

Rust on the surface of these tanks should be dry with no pitting. If there is evidence of pitting deeper than a third of the metal thickness, the tank should be inspected by a professional.

A wet surface could mean the tank is leaking fuel through the rusted area.

Water drainage from tanks regularly should aid in the prevention of tanks corroding internally as well as maintain product quality.

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