Accession Number : AD0472701


Title :   PROTECTIVE COATINGS IN SHALLOW AND DEEP OCEAN ENVIRONMENTS


Descriptive Note : Interim technical note, Sep 1964-Aug 1965


Corporate Author : NAVAL CIVIL ENGINEERING LAB PORT HUENEME CA


Personal Author(s) : Brouillette, C V ; Drisko, R W ; Alumbaugh, R L


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/472701.pdf


Report Date : 20 Aug 1965


Pagination or Media Count : 28


Abstract : A number of organic coating systems, top coated zinc inorganic systems, and splash zone compounds were exposed on steel specimens in shallow and deep ocean environments. Performance was generally better at shallow depths. Notable exceptions were soft asphaltic and coal tar coating systems that are susceptible to barnacle damage in surface waters. Organic coating systems of 13- mil or greater dry film thickness performed markedly better than those of less thickness. Post-cured zinc inorganic systems tended to perform better than those self-cured.


Descriptors :   *CORROSION INHIBITION , *PLASTIC COATINGS , DEGRADATION , STEEL , ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS , SEA WATER , SALT SPRAY TESTS , ZINC COMPOUNDS , SILICATES , UNDERWATER , VINYL PLASTICS , PHENOLIC PLASTICS


Subject Categories : Coatings, Colorants and Finishes
      Marine Engineering


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE