Pipelines, valves, and related equipment that operate at elevated temperatures are subject to atmospheric and under insulation corrosion. Traditional systems to protect these substrates have typically been those applied at ambient temperature, and following explicit surface preparation steps, i.e. degreasing to remove contamination, grit blasting for the required profile, etc. Recent technology has allowed for a successful breakthrough in the coating's world. Single-component, heat-activated systems, which are ideally applied to equipment in service, represent a novel introduction and become part of today's arsenal in the battle against corrosion damage. Ease-of-application, fast cure, in-service applications, and minimal, if any at all, surface preparation are all benefits of this revolutionary new system. Corrosion losses can be mitigated with this technology.