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7/21/2017

Internal Pipe Coating Provides Chemical Resistance in High Temperatures

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Axalta Coating Systems’ Nap-Gard 7-0016 internal pipe coating is a thermosetting epoxy powder designed to provide chemical resistance in temperatures ranging to 302°F (150°C).

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Axalta Coating Systems’ Nap-Gard 7-0016 internal pipe coating is a thermosetting epoxy powder designed to provide chemical resistance in temperatures ranging to 302°F (150°C). The high-temperature, corrosion-resistant coating is said to be a lower-cost alternative to metal-chrome alloys for protecting the internal diameter of oil and gas pipelines.

The coating can be used on external and internal oil, gas and water pipelines with single, dual and multi-layer application options. It and other power coatings in the line also can be used to provide corrosion protection for valves, fittings and rebar.

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