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10/1/2018

Coatings Protect Iron, Steel from Chemicals, Corrosion

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Axalta’s new Corroless protective coatings are engineered to provide long-term chemical and corrosion resistance to an array of iron and steel substrates, while remaining cost-effective.

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Axalta’s new Corroless protective coatings are engineered to provide long-term chemical and corrosion resistance to an array of iron and steel substrates, while remaining cost-effective. They are designed to shield metal components against degradation due to moisture, salt
spray, oxidation or exposure to a variety of environmental or industrial chemicals, acting as a barrier to inhibit the contact with chemical or corrosive materials, and providing long-term protection. 

Key industries served include oil and gas, wastewater, tank terminals, structural steel, and bridges.

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