Thin-Film Linings and Coatings
Thin-film linings and coatings, by definition, are films that are less than 20 mils (0.020″) in thickness. These are generally spray-applied systems and can be used as lining systems when properly applied and holiday-tested – these can also be applied as an external coating system for protection of equipment in fume, splash, and spill exposure.
Thin-film systems used as linings require a higher standard of surface preparation than those used as external coating systems. Equipment design and fabrication quality are key in achieving a continuous lining system free of voids or defects that can adversely affect long-term performance. These lining systems are generally designed for immersion in mildly-corrosive chemical solutions, or in situations where product purity or product release is a critical factor.
Typical thin-film lining systems include:
- Baked phenolics
Typical thin-film coating systems include:
- Inorganic and organic zinc primers
- High-heat silicones
Whether you have a project with complete specifications, or you need to engineer a coating or lining system to address a specific chemical environment, we can assist you with our experienced coating specialists and application technicians to ensure that the project is done correctly, and at the lowest possible cost per year of service.
Please contact us directly at 215-348-2950 or through the form on this page to learn more about how Arbonite can provide a thin-film coating or lining solution for your difficult corrosion problems.