Industrial Coating

An industrial coating is a coating that is applied for its protective properties, rather than for aesthetic reasons (though industrial coatings can provide both). These coatings are generally applied to individual parts or components of industrial equipment, and may serve a variety of purposes.

Industrial Coating Applications

Industrial coatings can be used to reduce or prevent corrosion caused by water exposure, chemicals, acids, etc.; to reduce part wear caused by everyday operation; to add lubricity or otherwise enhance performance; or to restore damaged or worn parts to their original dimensions.

Industrial Coating Materials

Numerous materials can be used to create protective industrial coatings. Polymers such as polyurethane, epoxy, urethane, and fluoropolymer are common. More specialized coatings may utilize ceramics, carbides (tungsten carbide, chrome carbide, etc.), or metals such as aluminum, copper, titanium, or zinc, among many others.

Industrial Coating Providers

  • ASB Industries, Inc. utilizes state-of-the-art technology, innovative techniques, and 50+ years of experience to provide a variety of industrial coatings for customers in a broad range of industries.
  • Basic Concepts, Inc. specializes in industrial spray coatings for fuel storage containment coatings systems within the petroleum storage fuel terminal industry, railroad industry, and wastewater/water industry. 
  • The DECC Company specializes in custom industrial coating services and made-to-order industrial coating applications.
  • Goodwest Linings & Coatings is a leading provider of long-term corrosion protection solutions for critical industrial infrastructure components.
  • MEGTEC is a global turnkey supplier of custom industrial coating and drying solutions for a variety of applications.
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