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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.
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. The fluctuation of temperatures can make the product crystallize. It is stable at room temperature or at least 5°F above dew point. The environmental conditions affect the drying time of the product.
The properties that one may get from the use of coal tar epoxy paint or coating are as follows:
Performance of various materials commonly used as coatings and linings. Safety, preparation, curing, inspection, materials (brick, cementitious, coal-tar, elastometric, epoxy, etc.). 1998 NACE
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Some 55 articles, papers, and reports. Cathodic protection as a form of corrosion control. Interference. Field testing. Role of oxygen. Galvanic corrosion, Steel in dilute aqueous solutions. Potential measurement. Sources: AGA, NIST 1989 NACE
This CorrCompilation provides various approaches in protective coating failure analysis. Both general and industry-specific topics are discussed. Timely guidance for diagnosing protective coatings failures in today's industries. 2017 NACE