Polymer Thermoplastic

Surface Coating Polymers for the Anti Corrosive Coating Industry

Why use Thermoplastics?

  • Commonly referred to as “plastics”
  • Melt on heating and re-solidify on cooling.
  • Common plastics are polyethylene, polystyrene, polypropylene, nylon, PVC etc.
  • Range of properties-from flexible to rigid, high temperature or chemical resistance, toughness, electrical insulation etc.
  • On heating, they react with themselves to “cross-link” the molecules into a matrix which solidifies and will not melt again on reheating.
  1. Barrier Properties
    • Vapor
    • Liquids
    • Chemical Resistance
  2. Electrical Insulation
  3. Anti-corrosion
  4. 500-800% elongation
  5. Flexibility
  6. Barrier properties
  7. Edge and weld coverage
  8. “Grip” and “warmth”
  9. Impact Resistance
  10. Fluid dip, flame and flock spraying
    • 250-1000 micron
  11. Electrostatic spray
  12. 150-300 micron
  13. Low toxicity
  14. Food Contact
  15. No cracking or chipping
  16. Thicker Coatings

Key Benefits:

  • Resistance to stress cracking, adverse weather conditions, detergents, salt and typical airborne pollutants
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Excellent abrasion and impact resistance
  • Superior chemical resistance
  • UV rays resistance
  • Flexibility and Repair ability
  • Anti-osmotic barrier
  • Halogen free
  • Combustion fumes are low in smoke
  • Low toxicity index
  • Environmentally safe

Surfaces we reglaze 

 Bathtubs 

    Porcelain

    Cast Iron

    Steel

    Acrylic

Fiberglass Shower

Sink Basins

Ceramic Tile 

Formica

Steel Corrosion

Crack Repairs

Chip Repair

Patio Decks

Concrete Coating

Fiberglass Pool Enclosures

In Ground Pool Steps

Countertops