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Epoxy Coating

Epoxy Coating Waterproofing

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Epoxy Coating

Epoxy is a type of adhesive that dries hard, shiny, and smooth, much like Acrylic OR plastic. The consistency of epoxy resembles honey; applying it to a surface other than a floor can be difficult. Several coats of epoxy are often applied in order for it to be effective.

Epoxy is a superior, new generation product exhibiting fast cure time.It is use in waterproofing,as a excellent stain resistance coating that protects by binding metal surface particles to a resin system, thus creating an encapsulating shell. Each particle is resin coated and becomes tightly packed in the cured film. Epoxy Coating has very low odor and can be applied indoors in occupied areas. Epoxy is generally used as a clear or pigmented high gloss finish. It is decorative and use in industrial flooring systems.Its is Resistant against diluted acids and alkaline solutions, diesel, mineral oil, waste water, etc. It is also Acceptable for food contact Waterseal’s outstanding coatings for anti-corrosion system can help you beat a wide range of problems: galvanic, pitting & crevice corrosion; micro biologically influenced corrosion (MIC); accelerated low water corrosion (ALWC); bolt protection; conveyor bearing protection; sweating pipes; water ingress on GIS systems and all forms of corrosion associated with moist, humid and salt-laden atmospheres.

Anti Corrosion Coating ?

anti-corrosion-coatingCorrosion is a natural process. When metallic materials come in contact with the air and/or water . It causes the gradual destruction of metals by, oxidation of metals in reaction with an oxidant such as oxygen. For example, the iron starts rusting ,due to oxygen interaction with water on the iron’s surface. Therefore, metal equipment may become rusted both inside and out.

Epoxy resin, also known as poly epoxied, is a type of adhesive used in a variety of applications and industries. Epoxy coating uses a chemical mix of two liquid components, epoxy resin and hardener, to create a tough, solvent-resistant finish that can be applied to floors, countertops and decks. Many types of epoxy are noted for their durability and can be used to seal concrete floors, steel and other industrial materials.

Epoxy coatings are used over concrete floors in a variety of commercial and industrial applications such as in manufacturing plants, commercial and retail stores, industrial plants, warehouses, hospitals, showrooms, garages, airplane hangars, and more.

From protecting pipelines to sealing warehouse floors, an epoxy surface coating protects surfaces strengthens materials, and protects them from corrosion and decay, making epoxy one of the most widely used industrial finishes.

Anti-corrosive (anti corrosion epoxy coating) waterproofing protects the metal surfaces of your tank . against damages caused by moisture, salt spray, oxidation or exposure of chemicals. We use Epoxy  is as an anti- corrosive coating.These Epoxy  can be effectively used under concrete and thermal insulation. These anti-corrosive coatings are generally required for the protection of steel constructions, e.g. railway structures, external steel pipes, atmospheric corrosion protection, hydraulic steel engineering, tank lining/internal lining etc.

Industrial Coating


We offer Epoxy Coat Services to our clients that are ideal for floor and wall surfaces. Our epoxy flooring and epoxy coat are known for offering higher abrasion resistance to the surface as well as for easy cleaning and washing. We offer Epoxy material to our clients that are ideal for floor and wall surfaces. Our epoxy flooring and epoxy Fibre coating are known for offering higher abrasion resistance to the surface as well as for easy cleaning and washing. It is widely used in manufacturing industry, engineering industry, shopping malls and big hotels. Our Epoxy Flooring and Fibre coating are highly appreciated and demanded in the market for fine finish and durability.

Epoxy resins are one-part or two-part industrial materials that have respective advantages and can be exploited in a wide variety of industries offering excellent mechanical strength, heat resistance, and chemical resistance.Epoxies are more expensive than polyesters, and cure times are longer, but their extended range of properties can make them the cost/performance choice for critical applications.

Watertank Epoxy Coating

What is the FRP Coating ?

FRP Coating Generally, in Fibre sheet,cement sheet,Metal sheet, pipe, tank and chemical plant component manufacture it is essential to protect the structural laminate from the environment to be contained. Often this can be achieved with a fibre reinforced barrier coat 2 to 3mm thick manufactured using surface tissue, light weight fibre mats and cloths using a suitable chemically resistant resin. In such cases gelcoats are not used because a pure resin without additives provides a greater level of chemical resistance. Hence, the resin-rich surface tissue provides the initial chemical resistant surface and will contain around 95% resin by weight, which is further supported by a resin-rich, structural laminate barrier layer before the final GRP structure is manufactured. FRP Coatings Protect the fibre Moulding Structures.

In this Section the need and performance of specialized protection systems for composite materials will be discussed with reference to the various market requirements.

Fiber Coating is just what the name sounds like…very tiny fibers of glass. Glass is one of the world’s oldest and most available materials. Fiber glass Coating was first created by accident in 1932 by a young Owens-Illinois researcher named Dale Kleist. He was working to attempt to weld together architectural glass blocks to form a vacuum-tight seal. A jet of compressed air accidentally struck a stream of molten glass he was working with resulting in fine glass fibers. Mr. Kleist then refined the process to utilize steam instead of air. Steam is cheaper, he reasoned, and would produce a finer fiber. Kleist was correct. The result was a glass fiber material thin enough to be used as a commercial insulation.

FRP on industrial shed
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