Coal tar epoxy is made by the conversion of polyamide epoxy with a pitch of refined coal tar. It is mostly used on metal substrates and concrete in offshore, petroleum and industrial environments.
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Performance of various materials commonly used as coatings and linings. Safety, preparation, curing, inspection, materials (brick, cementitious, coal-tar, elastometric, epoxy, etc.). 1998 NACE
Coating repair guidelines for carbon steel and galvanized electric transmission structures coated with polyurethanes, urethane, coal tar, epoxy, coal tar epoxy, and cold-applied tape.