Chemical Agent Resistant Coatings
Traffic or industrial fumes, chemical spillages, lubricants and cleaning agents all contain chemicals that can attack a coated surface. Most often these are relatively mild and will only begin to affect the protective coating after a period of prolonged exposure, but there are situations where surfaces must be protected from stronger chemical compounds.
VariBlast has over 10 years’ experience in the preparation and application of chemical resistant coatings for concrete and steel structures. These industrial coatings provide corrosion resistance and can be manually applied or with specialist spraying equipment.
Industrial coating services
We survey and assess every project to determine the most effective industrial protective services for the job, this could be application of a performance coating, a chemical agent resistant coating or steel corrosion protection coatings. Whatever the specification, we will always ensure the required protection and your production targets can be met.
As one of the leading professional industrial coatings companies we are able to provide a comprehensive range of protective coating systems for industry and for the specialist chemical sector including:
- Chemical resistant floor paint
- High temperature corrosion resistant coatings
- Chemical resistant epoxy paints
- Chemical resistant liners
- Fuel resistant coating
- Chemical resistant epoxy flooring
- Protective coating for metal
- Chemical resistant flooring systems
Tank linings for the petrochemical industry
Tank linings are designed to withstand chemical resistance, HTHP (high temperature and high pressure) and mechanical abrasion. Typically they are made not only for crude or refined products but also for process water or subsea immersion.
Dependent upon the product being stored, the requirements and features of the tank lining will vary. Variblast will ensure the correct chemical agent resistant coating is specified to provide exceptional anti-corrosive performance combined with effective chemical resistance. This will not only protect the fabric of the tank itself, but will also ensure contamination of the product being stored is avoided.