|There are three main types of exposure to which coatings are subjected: atmospheric, immersion, and underground exposure. The main difference between these three exposures is weather resistance.
- A coating under atmospheric exposure must endure a variety of conditions, including heating, cooling, oxidation, wetting and drying.
- Immersion coatings are primarily subjected to water solutions ranging from pure water to high concentrations of various chemicals.
- Coatings used in underground applications must be resistant to ground water and soil forces, so they are generally applied at a higher dry film thickness than atmospheric or immersion coatings.
RUST BULLET COATINGS PROVIDE OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE IN ALL THREE ENVIRONMENTS
Atmospheric – Thermal Stability, UV Resistance, Water-Proof, Flexibility
Immersion – Water-Proof, Chemical Resistance
Underground – Water-Proof, Impact Resistance