Sherwin-Williams Offers CARC Products for Military Use

The aerosol coating is designed to reduce risk to military personnel in the field.

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Sherwin-Williams (Cleveland, Ohio) has announced the availability of its MIL-DTL-64159 Type III Chemical Agent-resistant Coating (CARC) aerosol for touch ups or other small job applications on military vehicles, ground support equipment and rotocraft. The coating provides vital CARC protection for military vehicles in the field, where a scratched or damaged finish coat—or a repair made with a non-CARC coating—may compromise the integrity of a vehicle’s protection and put military personnel at risk.

“This new topcoat offers CARC protection to reduce risk to military personnel in the field,” says Dr. Beth Ann Pearson, global product manager, metal and plastics, Sherwin-Williams Product Finishes Division. “Its convenient aerosol packaging means that there is no need for equipment set-up in the field or a finishing application area. It saves time, is perfect for small jobs and touch-ups, and offers CARC protection for our military men and women.”

The water-reducible topcoat is Qualified Products Database (QPD) approved and is available in multiple CARC colors, all portable in 250- and 400-mL sizes.