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Which coating is suitable to 1440 hrs SST

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Q. Which coating will withstand 1440 hrs?

Rajasekharan Ram
- Chennai Tamilnadu INDIA
January 17, 2024


A. Hi Rajasekharan.
If salt spray numbers rather than real world viability are the concern, then paint is the way forward. Epoxies as long as the application is not outdoors; polyesters or preferably kynar type if outdoors. Electrocoat priming before painting will contribute in any case, and help a great deal if topcoat coverage is poor anywhere.

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