High chlorinated polyethylene anticorrosive finish is composed of high chlorinated polyethylene resin, anticorrosive pigments, additives and thinners. It has good protective properties, fast-drying, strong hardness, good flame retardancy, strong adhesion and good mechanical properties. It is mainly used as a topcoat in facilities exposed to chemical atmospheric corrosion, such as petrochemical buildings, equipment, pipelines, cement surfaces, etc. It can also be used in railways, bridges, high-voltage transmission lines, offshore drilling and oil extraction facilities, various vehicle chassis and heavy machinery.
Fast drying, excellent physical and mechanical properties
Excellent water and corrosion resistance
Good acid and alkali resistance
Excellent weather resistance
Dry Film Thickness
30μm per coat
Coverage Rate (Theoretical)
Dry to touch
The chemical industry environment is full of corrosive gases, and the service life of general coatings is very short in such a corrosive environment. High chlorinated polyethylene anticorrosive paint is a one-component ethylene anticorrosive paint, which is chemically inert, good in sealing, flame retardant, and highly resistant to atmosphere and moisture. The high chlorinated polyethylene anticorrosive paint is easy to construct and not restricted by the temperature, and it is easy to maintain. It is not necessary to clean up the old coating when repairing. There is mutual solubility between the new and old coatings, especially the elasticity and cold resistance. It is suitable to paint the walls and buildings as well as steel structures and concrete structures in a chemically corrosive environment.