InnerArmor coatings are able to give longer life by virtue of their fundamental chemical and physical characteristics. An intrinsic chemical inertness allows these films to shield inner surfaces from chemical attacks of many kinds. And exceptional hardness provides unprecedented protection against erosion and wear. All of these features also serve as powerful corrosion inhibitors.
In addition, the coating’s uniquely low surface energy and low coefficient of friction improve flow dynamics. When used for pipeline coatings, InnerArmor helps maintain line pressure and reduces the amount of energy needed to move product—which further reduces cost.
Maximizing Productivity with InnerArmor Coating
Because parts with InnerArmor coating last longer, fewer replacement parts are needed. And less standby capacity is required. As a result, uptime is increased and productivity maximized—for a net gain in profitability.
Cost Reduction with InnerArmor Surface Coating
Because of Sub-One technology, many parts that previously required expensive metal alloys can now use less expensive base materials—simply by coating the inner surfaces with InnerArmor. Equal or better performance can be achieved, but with significant net savings.
The bottom line: Over the short and long term, InnerArmor coatings produce unique and substantial cost savings on many fronts.
This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Sub-One Technology - Pipe and Tube Coatings.
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