Corrosion Control Company Releases New Coatings Guides

Corrosion control technologies company Cortec (St. Paul, Minnesota, USA) recently released three new coatings information sheets.

The first handout highlights the company’s removable coatings that serve as convenient replacements to COSMOLINE and Tectyl. Options include solvent-, oil-, and water-borne coatings that can be applied for storage and transit protection and easily removed using alkaline cleaners.

The second information sheet features VpCI-391, a popular removable anticorrosion coating that dries to a thin, clear film that is virtually unnoticeable.

Meanwhile, the third sheet introduces an alternative to blasting on rusty surfaces. The CorrVerter rust primer allows end users to eliminate the blast and coat the rust with a passivating primer. The primer can be topcoated with water- or solvent-borne topcoats, including urethanes, epoxies, acrylics, and alkyds.

The three information sheets can be accessed at the company’s web site.

Source: Cortec,