Welcome to the new generation of high-tech, high performance corrosion protection technologies. Corrosion prevention coating technology has evolved and expanded almost exponentially over the last 10 years. Has your facility maintenance process kept up? Do you stop corrosion before or after the damage is done? How will you stop corrosion in the coming decades?
Corrosion prevention coating technology has evolved almost exponentially during the last 10 years. At pinnacle of success, one formulation truly stands out: Ionyx Coatings. Ionyx Marine & Hull is a fouling-release marine bottom coat that has also surpassed industry's wildest expectations as long-term, low-maintenance corrosion protection for vulnerable pipelines and metal infrastructure. Some go so far as to call this versatile long-lasting coating a high-tech miracle. It's a game-changer.
20 Ways Ionyx Changes the Corrosion-Prevention Game
Low VOC, non-carcinogen
Ultimate corrosion protection even in severe environments
Stops acidic erosion from acid rain & animal wastes
Clear, transparent, non-yellowing
UV Stable (protects against fading over paint)
Resistant to a myriad of oils, chemicals, fuels, alkalis & acids
Durable: Extremely high adhesion & abrasion resistance
Will not lap, ciss, bubble, flake, cracks, peel or pit.
Light in weight, but extremely tough
Won't filiform beyond 1mm from point of high impact; easy, seamless repair
Remains thermally stable; flexes with metal surfaces at high & low temps extremes.
Hard and hardy: more than granite
Totally seals the surface at a nano-level!
Maintains a pristine & beautiful surface for years and years
Significantly more service life, significantly less maintenance costs
Seals out moisture, dirt and dust that lead to mold and mildew
Sustainable, non-toxic surfaces protect the environment
Photo below: Roof of a cold storage building in an environment with high-levels of airborne chlorides (salt-fog). This particular environment is subject to more extreme corrosion than at seacoasts! Note the difference between the blue pipes behind the white pipe. One was coated and is in pristine condition. The other one - eww, not so much.