Development of a High-Temperature Resistant (700 F), Corrosion-Preventive Organic Coating.
Final rept. Oct 84-Sep 86,
NAVAL AIR DEVELOPMENT CENTER WARMINSTER PA AIR VEHICLE AND CREW SYSTEMS TECHN OLOGY DIRECTORATE
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Current materials used in this temperature range 700 F have significant deficiencies. Ceramic coatings provides good protection, but are difficult to apply and require a high-temperature cure. Standard paints can be easily applied and air-dry, but they provide poor protection against corrosion. While materials requiring high-temperature cure and special application equipment can be used in manufacturing processes, they are not practical for most aircraft repair and touchup applications. Therefore, for these applications, the air-dry systems are primarily used. These systems provide barrier protection against the environment.
- Coatings, Colorants and Finishes
- Polymer Chemistry