Recent Developments

Director, NML (1964) Recent Developments. NML Technical Journal, 6 (3). pp. 25-26.

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Improved coatings protect steel tanks from acid - Two Two new coating systems have been developed by Ceilcote Co., Cleveland, Ohio to protect industrial plating and storage tanks from attack by water, alkalis and acids. The first, a 'laminated glass fibre and 'filled bisphetol polyester resin system provides an exceptionally hard, tightly bonded liner in steel tanks. The cured coating resists dilute mineral . acids and alkalis, most salts and organic chemicals at temperatures up to 160°F. Applied 1/8' in thick, the lining is also claimed to be especially effective for protecting steel from attack by concen-trated acids, such as hydrochloric and phosphoric which are found in pickling and plating processes.

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Uncontrolled Keywords:hydrochloric; phosphoric; pickling and plating process; dilute lactic
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Deposited By:Sahu A K
Deposited On:25 Feb 2012 11:17
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