Definition Of Anticorrosive Coatings

- Jul 13, 2017 -

Anti-corrosive coating refers to the coating on the surface of the object under certain conditions can form a film to protect, a class of liquid or solid material, such as insulation, rust-proof, mildew-proof, heat-resistant, etc., which can be used under harsh conditions and has a long-lasting antiseptic life, which is generally used to improve the metal's nature (alloy treatment) and to form a protective layer (coated with non-metallic or metallic protective layer)

Anticorrosive coating is widely used in modern industry, transportation, energy, ocean engineering and other departments, according to its coating layer corrosion resistance and the use of the requirements, usually divided into conventional and heavy-duty coating type two. The anticorrosion coating occupies more and more important position in the coatings industry, and the development of anticorrosive coatings is of great significance to the development of our economy.