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Top 5 Corrosion Protective Coatings and Acid Proof Linings Used in the Industrial Sector

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Corrosion protective coatings and acid proof linings are used on a wide range of metal components, concrete, and steel to protect them against corrosion. Corrosion protective coatings and acid proof linings are highly in demand in various industries to protect their products from degradation. Moisture, oxidation, chemical reactions, and other environmental conditions often degrade or corrode products and materials. Corrosion protective coatings and acid proof linings act as a barrier between the surfaces to be protected and the chemical compounds or corrosive materials, thus ensuring a longer lifespan of products. The corrosion protective coatings and acid proof lining market is thus expected to exhibit a CAGR of 6.2% in the period from 2015 to 2025.

Corrosion protective coatings: These are used on metals and alloys to protect them from degradation caused by moisture, oxidation, and chemical or environmental occurrences. They are used by industries such as marine, oil and gas, automotive, mining, chemicals, construction, and power generation.

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5 Corrosion Protective Coatings and their Use

  • Phosphate: A phosphate coating is ideal to protect materials in high-temperature and low-pH conditions.
  • Fluoropolymer: A fluoropolymer offers excellent anti-corrosion properties.
  • FEP: FEP coatings have abrasion-resistant properties.
  • Ceramic Epoxy Coatings: These are excellent abrasion coatings and offer protection by binding the ceramic materials to a resin system.
  • Inorganic zinc: Inorganic zinc coatings protect steel from corrosion and wearing out.

Acid proofing: As the name suggests, acid proof lining is a coating that protects fiber glass, plastic piping, concrete, and steel structures from the strongest of acids, alkalis, and solvents. They provide protection against elevated temperatures and mechanical abuse as well. Acid proofing finds its applications in a wide range of industries where the walls, floors, and equipment are in constant exposure to strong chemicals, acids, and other strong substances. Acid proofing benefits the industry by saving long-term costs. Thus, the market for acid proof linings is expanding at a healthy rate. Additional benefits of acid proof linings include an increase in the durability of structures, increase in their visual appeal, and abrasion resistance.

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5 Acid Proof Linings and their Use:

  • Furane: Furane is used for bedding and jointing for bricks and tile linings. They provide effective protection against salts, solvents, strong acids, and alkalis. Additionally, they can resist extremely high temperatures.
  • Sulphur: This acid proof lining can resist oxidizing and non-oxidizing chemicals. Sulfur linings are capable of resisting temperatures upto 90
  • Primer: This is an asphalt-based acid lining that can protect structures from natural salts and atmospheric corrosion.
  • Epoxy: These are mild acids, used for jointing, grouting, and screeding of concrete.
  • Polyester: Polyester is used as a pointing cement and can resist acids, alkalis, natural salts, and high temperatures.