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Anticorrosive painting for a wide spectrum of marine atmospheres: Environmental-friendly versus traditional paint systems

AuthorsAlmeida, E.; Santos, D.; Fragata, F.; Fuente, Daniel de la; Morcillo, Manuel
Issue Date2006
CitationProgress in Organic Coatings 57: 11- 22 (2006)
AbstractThis work presents some of the main results obtained in different marine atmospheres by Working Groups 1 and 2 (dedicated to anticorrosive protection of steel by paint coatings) of the Ibero-American PATINA network, developed in the context of the CYTED Programme. As marine atmospheres it includes natural atmospheres with a salinity level above S1 classification of ISO standard 9223 (>3 mg Cl- m-2 day-1), and sulphur dioxide contamination only up to classification P1 of the same standard (maximum of 35 mg SO2 m-2 day-1). Consideration is also made of accelerated tests traditionally used to assess the anticorrosive behaviour of the substrate/paint coatings contemplated in the study, namely salt spray, artificial weathering and different cycles involving ultraviolet radiation, humidity, temperature and different contamination conditions. The substrates were steel, hot-dip galvanised steel and electrogalvanised steel (Zincorr® sheet). The paint systems applied on these substrates, with or without pretreatments, were solventborne, waterborne, high solid and powder paint systems. As a result it has been possible to conclude which of the studied anticorrosive coating types were the most suitable for each of the different types of marine atmospheres considered in the study. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.porgcoat.2006.05.018
issn: 0300-9440
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