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Industrial Protective Coatings:-
• As an industrial painting contractor, we can get involved a wide range of projects. Applying protective coatings to bridges    and other st to bridges    and other steel structures or painting ships, storage tanks and plant buildings are just a few of the projects. This can include firing of pottery and ceramics, both for decorative and construction purposes, as well as curing various coatings on other products. Many industrial items have some type of coating, usually in a powder or liquid form, applied to them and are then baked in an industrial oven.


Metal Protective Coatings:
• Roofs and fencing made with metals are often treated with some type of coating in order to maintain appearance and also ensure the products last for longer periods of time. There are even examples of protective coatings found with printed products. One example is the pressure sensitive address label.
• Resistance to abrasion and impact is another factor to be aware of when contemplating metal coatings. A protective coating will often resist the scratching and chipping that can result from the use and occasionally necessary abuse of metal equipment and devices.

Steel Protective Coatings:
• Blue steel can also be created using different processes such as hot bluing, cold bluing, rust bluing and fume bluing, but galvanization has been a standard procedure, with the only innovation being electro galvanization, which involves electrifying the zinc to create the protective coating. Traditionally, blue steel has been associated with the gun industry; for example, firearms manufactured from this material are more resistant to rust and tend to last much longer.
• Can be hot dipped, or passed through molten zinc, which forms a thick protective coating, or electroplated — passed through a solution of zinc with electrical.

Corrosion Protective Coatings:
• Resistance to abrasion and impact is another factor to be aware of when contemplating metal coatings. A protective coating will often resist the scratching and chipping that can result from the use and occasionally necessary abuse of metal equipment and devices.
• Since no metal is capable of withstanding constant exposure to alternating environmental factors, the type of protective coating applied to the material is extremely important to slowing the rate of corrosion fatigue.

Protective Powder Coatings:
• Thermoplastic powder coats regain their original chemical composition when reheated whereas thermosetting powder coats are irreversibly cured. The thermoplastic powder coating technique requires that the substrate be lowered into a fluidized bed of dry paint powder, and the powder coating guns used in this technique are complex sprays that mix the dry powder and air into a chamber.
• It is used to produce the surface of many white appliances, such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, and so on. More sophisticated fusion bonded epoxy powder coatings are used to protect steel pipes from corrosion, particularly for water transmission.

Uv Protective Coatings:
• This helps to keep the coating intact and completely adhered to the roof itself and prevent a rupture in the protective membrane. The application process for roof coating can involve painting on the solution with a paintbrush, a spray gun or a roller.
• Organic materials can also be used in producing artificial grass, such as soy, to provide the material with a more noticeable color and visual quality that resembles real grass. Many types of synthetic grass are also treated with an ultraviolet (UV)protective coating to make the grass more resilient and less likely to fade or diminish in appearance