Cor-Pro Systems, Inc. provides the best urethane coatings for critical equipments in Houston, Texas and nearby Gulf Coast areas.
Urethane coatings for metals is a two-part coating solution best used for exterior equipments. Because of its tough qualities, urethane is also used in corrosion management as a first line of defense against corrosive agents.
A quality coat of urethane offers great protection against UV rays, rain, snow and other weather-based corrosive agents. Urethanes are also extremely durable, further strengthening equipments constantly exposed to harsh elements.
If you have questions regarding coatings or want to get a custom quote for your urethane coating needs, call Cor-Pro in Houston, Texas (Gulf Coast) at 713-896-1091, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corrosion Protection: What Are Urethane Coatings?
Epoxy coatings remain as one of the more popular coating solutions for commercial and industrial sites. However urethane coating (or polyurethane finish) is still regarded by many as the most reliable and economical choice when it comes to a high-quality topcoat.
Urethane coatings are better able to resist scratch, impact, and abrasion. It also provide great protection against environmental abrasives like UV rays, rain, snow, etc.
Urethane coating for metals presents a thin film, high gloss finish with exceptional weathering performance characteristics. This coating is used in virtually all industrial markets to provide a smooth durable finish that has superior resistance to corrosion, abrasion, and chemical exposure.
Normally used to topcoat high build epoxy and inorganic zinc, urethane coatings are most effective when applied for custom solutions.
Corrosion Protection Coatings: Epoxy VS Urethane Coatings
Most industrial based organizations often struggle between using an epoxy- and urethane-based coating. Adding to the confusion is the fact that both employ a two-part paint system causing professionals to use their names interchangeably during coating discussions.
There are some key differences between Epoxies and Urethanes, however, making one superior to the other depending on the condition, needs, and environment of particular businesses.
Epoxy is a two coat system with one of the best rust inhibiting solutions for metal coatings. When re-coating steel structures and equipment it is not cost effective to bring the metal back to white metal. For these situations, a two part epoxy is a great product to apply to your lightly to medium rusted surface without too much preparation.
However, a common disadvantage of epoxy paints is that it develops a chalky film on the exterior when exposed to the sun, rain, snow and other harsh environment-based abrasives. This makes epoxies a superior solution for indoor critical equipments.
A quality Urethane two part solution is better for critical equipment uexposed to harsh enviroment. Urethanes provide protection against UV rays and are extremely durable. The only problem with a Urethane top coat system is that it is not a great rust inhibitor. This is not problem if you’re top coating titanium, stainless steel and or aluminum but it can be a problem when you’re top coating a rusted steel surface.
To get a custom quote for specific corrosion protection needs, contact us at 713-896-1091, or send us an e-mail at email@example.com.
Corrosion Protection: Why Are Coatings Important?
Companies can save up to 25 to 30% of annual corrosion costs in the US if they invest in quality coatings. Without proper coatings, corrosion can have damaging effects on valves, motors, pumps, fasteners, switches, belts, and other mechanical equipment.
In infrastructure, the annual direct cost is around $22.6 billion. Corrosion costs total $47.9 billion for utilities such as gas, water, and electricity.
- 25% of costs caused by corrosion is avoided by applying existing knowledge on corrosion protection such as coatings.
- Work-related accidents cost the US $250 billion every year. A lot of those incidents are caused by faulty work equipment. If a structure is free of corrosion, the risk for accidents is significantly reduced.
- In the event your equipment does falter due to corrosion, repairing it will take time. Once operations stop, the delay in production will also mean profit losses.
VELOCITY: Delivery in Hours, Not Days
Cor-Pro’s Velocity coating service is specifically geared toward rapid-response tasks.
If you have a pressing deadline, Velocity is the answer to your prayers. This premium service utilizes every advantage of the Cor-Pro methodology, including multiple accuracy checks, superbly trained crew, and round-the-clock facility operation to meet delivery schedules.
We take pride in the Cor-Pro Velocity Service. The purpose and responsibility of this offering is to ensure that your urgent coating projects are processed and delivered expeditiously. We have assembled a team of Cor-Pro’s best experts to staff the Velocity Desk everyday at 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM to process any project that require Velocity Service.
Only Cor-Pro can offer you this kind of responsiveness while guaranteeing a superior level of professionalism and commitment to quality.
For a custom consultation or a quote, call Cor-Pro in Houston, Texas (Gulf Coast) at 713-896-1091, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Cor-Pro Systems
Since 1987, Cor-Pro Systems Inc. provides top-notch corrosion protection in Houston and other areas in Gulf Coast. Our goal is to raise awareness about corrosion and how it affects an entire industry, and to provide satisfactory corrosion protection through our quality methods from years of extensive research and development.
Aside from our unparalleled track record in delivering corrosion protection to our clients, we also make sure to maintain a long-lasting relationship with our partner industries to ensure that they will never experience corrosion-related incidents in the future.