Aremco’s Al Rich Corr-Paint CP2010 Urethane Coating Offers High Temp Corrosion Resistance

November 8, 2013

Corr-Paint CP2010, a new aluminum rich, high performance coating developed by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used to provide high temperature corrosion resistance on copper and steel components and structures exposed to oxidation and corrosive atmospheres to 400°F (204°C).

Aremco’s Corr-Paint CP2010 is a single part, aluminum rich, low viscosity urethane coating that dries and cures at room temperature to a hard, non-porous, abrasion resistant surface. CP2010 is resistant to a wide range of acids, bases, fuels and solvents, and has also survived long-term salt fog, salt spray and humidity testing of over 1000 hours, according to the company.
Corr-Paint CP2010 is supplied with a viscosity of 300-600 cP, specific gravity of 1.08 g/cc, and solids by volume of 66.0 percent, and solids by weight of 70.0 percent. It is typically applied in a 4.0 mil wet film thickness that dries to approximately 2.0 mils. The theoretical coverage rate in a 1.0 mil dry film is 1058 ft2/gal.

Corr-Paint CP2010 can be used in combination with Aremco’s Corr-Prep CPR2000, a solution that is used to prepare extremely smooth surfaces for coating. CP2010 can also be applied directly to severely rusted surfaces found in many maintenance and repair applications. Application methods include brush, roller or conventional pneumatic spray equipment.
Typical applications include the coating of OEM components such as motor housings, bag houses, cyclones, hoppers, pipelines and precipitators, to the coating of large structures found in MRO (maintenance repair operations) applications throughout the power, pulp and paper, and chemical processing industries. 

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