EonCoat prevents corrosion where it matters most. Refineries, natural gas pipelines, marine terminals....when it comes to protecting mission critical steel assets, EonCoat is the preferred provider to the energy industry.Learn More
Upon application, the acid in EonCoat's formula reacts with the steel to form an iron phosphate layer. This iron phosphate layer, only 2 microns thick, is the first line of defense against corrosion.
Then a chemically bonded phosphate ceramic layer rapidly forms on top of the iron phosphate layer. This ceramic layer, 20 mils thick, functions as a second line of defense-a white ceramic topcoat that continually leaches phosphate in order to prevent rust from ever forming.
EonCoat does not have a gap between the steel and the coating because the bond is chemical rather than mechanical. Since there is no gap, even if moisture was to get through to the steel due to a gouge, there is nowhere for moisture to travel. The only spot that can corrode is the scribe line itself, which eliminates the possibility of the corrosion migrating.
Thousands of chemicals, petroleum products, and corrosive elements like salt water brine are transported every day, by tanker trucks. Carbon steel corrosion can require early tank replacement and maintenance, as well as pose a safety risk in terms of potential leaks, spills, and even fire and explosion, so effective corrosion protection is a must.
Thousands of chemicals, petroleum products, and corrosive elements like salt water brine are transported by tank trucks and tank railcars, as well as being processed in chemical storage tanks every day. In these operations, carbon steel corrosion can require early tank replacement and maintenance, as well as pose a safety risk in terms of potential leaks, spills, and even fire and explosion, so effective corrosion protection is a must.
At risk of corrosion are a variety of industrial facilities with structures constructed of carbon steel, from oil and natural gas tank farms, pipelines, and processing equipment to wastewater treatment plants. To control corrosion, the wastewater treatment facility chose to have DC Metal Construction coat the inside of several equalisation tanks with EonCoat, which represents a new category of tough.
A new type of ceramic coating now on the market is not only completely VOC-free, but is also promising to deliver an abrasion, corrosion, high temperature, and chemical resistant finish that can be applied in a high build, single coat with no primer by a licensed contractor.
After 18 months at NASA's Beachside Corrosion Test Facility on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, EonCoat outperformed leading brands including Sherwin-Williams, Carboline and PPG.Learn More