Additives For Marine & Protective Coatings

ADDITIVES FOR MARINE & PROTECTIVE COATINGS

Marine & protective coatings are applied to metal and concrete substrates to provide corrosion resistance and fire protection and to secure metal structures, particularly from salt water and other environmental impacts. Durability is also a high priority. Marine vessels, offshore supplies, yachts, and containers ships are a few application areas.

WATERBORNE

A waterborne coating is an environmentally friendly surface treatment that uses water as a solvent to disperse the resin used to make the coating or paint. Water comprises a minimum of 80% of the solvent used. Its aim is to make the coating or paint an easy-to-apply, eco-friendly product. Waterborne coatings are widely used due to their low VOC (volatile organic compounds) content.

SOLVENTBORNE

Solventborne coatings are surface treatments that contain VOCs. Advances in waterborne coatings are making them an increasingly attractive option as a method of protecting material surfaces even in harsh conditions. Solventborne coatings can be differentiated by their VOC content, which can range from medium solids (approx. 50% VOC) up to ultra high solids (less than 10% VOC).

PRODUCT SELECTOR GUIDE MARINE & PROTECTIVE COATINGS FORMULATIONS

SYSTEM SUBSTRATE  WETTING
Waterborne AEOR 420

AEOR offers special rheology additives for marine, protective and intumescent coatings. Especially to provide extraordinary film  thicknesses against aggressive environments to avoid negative effects on the long term performance, or to improve the fire resistance, is the focus in this end use, besides many other demands. Whether it be the primer, filler, or top coat, AEOR offers a wide range of special selected additives to assist formulators in developing high performance marine / protective and intumescent coating systems.

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