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topic 9766

MS. Rilson Coating


(2001)

We are the manufacturer of ductile iron pipes in Indonesia. Recently, we received a number of inquiries asking for items such as MS. Rilson Coated Mechanical Coupling, Rilson Coated Flange Adaptor, etc.

Could you please provide us some information regarding such kind of coating? Is it for corrosion protection?

Thank you.

Regards,

Dewi Salim
PT. Growth Pamindo - Medan, Indonesia


(2001)

In regard to the name Rilson I believe it should be RILSAN which is a NYLON 11 coating normally electrostatically applied for heavy items. A fluidised bed can be used. The Rilsan powder is made in France by ATOchem and they have agents all over the world including Australia.

Good luck,

J.van der Pol
- Brisbane, AUSTRALIA



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