Chesterton® ARC SD4i Protects Steel Saltwater Strainer from Corrosion and Abrasion
Case study AU0012 – Chesterton ARC products – Industrial Coatings
Severe corrosion within a saltwater strainer from a blast furnace lead to replacement of the full strainer every two-to-three years. Our client wanted to find an alternative coating that could resist these forces, and reduce maintenance costs and replacement downtime. Chesterton specialists recommended Chesterton® ARC SD4i to protect the steel strainer. The client confirmed that the product provided long term corrosion protection in salt water applications, and the high gloss finish minimised unwanted build up.
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Severe corrosion lead to replacement of the complete strainer every two-to-three years.
Find a solution to protect the steel strainer from corrosion and abrasion, increasing uptime and reducing maintenance costs.
Our Australian distributor for Industrial and Protective Coating, Imatech, abrasive blasted and applied two coats of Chesterton® ARC SD4i ceramic composite coating at 300µ DFT per coat. Colour differentiation between coats allows for visual wear inspection.
ARC SD4i industrial coating is designed to:
- Protect against corrosion and erosion
- Provide extended protection in aggressive chemical immersion services
- Apply by brush, roller, airless or plural component spraying
Chesterton® ARC SD4i provides long term corrosion protection and abrasion resistance in salt water applications.
The high gloss smooth finish minimises build up.
Chesterton® is a world leader in helping process industry companies and manufacturers improve the reliability and efficiency of their rotating, stationary, and fluid power equipment platforms. We are known across a wide range of industries for our award-winning pump and valve sealing solutions, applications expertise, equipment maintenance and wear-prevention products, and knowledgeable hands-on local service.
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Case Study AU0012 – Issued 08/21