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Jotun Protective Coatings

Jotun is backed by nearly a century of experience with the manufacturing of protective coatings. The company strives to provide high-quality protective coatings, especially for on-offshore oil and gas, energy, and infrastructure projects. The coatings are resistant to industrial purpose paints with metallic finishes, high-temperature coatings, state-of-the-art anti-corrosive protection, passive fire protection.Jotun’s protective coatings主要用于海上、能源、infrastru吗cture, and hydrocarbon processing industries. The company interacts with multiple industries in different regions with a commitment to cater to the needs of all types of clients, including industrial purposes. To ensure that all products are of high quality, the company strictly focuses on innovation, research, and testing. Using protective coatings of Jotun are the companies active in the offshore, energy, infrastructure and hydrocarbon processing industries.

A protective coating is a layer of material that is applied to the surface of any material for resistance (to prevent damage). The surface on which it is coated can be metal or non-metallic. Materials commonly used in non-metallic protective coatings include polymers, epoxy and polyurethane.
There are different types of protective coatings when it comes to metals; there are four types of protective coatings, barrier, sacrificial and composite. Barrier coatings protect the metal from contact with the metal underlying water, oxygen and electrolytes. Inhibitory coatings contain chemicals that obviously prevent damage.

A definition for protective coatings is that it is a simple way to reduce damage by limiting the metal’s exposure to corrosive atmospheres. It is a very common protective coating as paint, but also uses tar, pitch, bitumen and plastic. This is nothing other than a galvanizing coating, where zinc is applied to iron or steel. Commonly used are protective coatings, that helps preserve works of cultural significance, such as exterior sculptors and architectural elements. Although the damage caused by certain reason is much higher than with conventional coating applications, the same types of protective coatings are used in such cases.

Coatings help to protect any material (extending its life span with application). There are also some coatings that are specifically designed for certain materials or conditions. Others can be used on a variety of surfaces or conditions. Coatings are also used for decorative purposes, or in other words, all types of protective coatings provide protection against damage such as surface rusting and discoloration.

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